Being a lawyer means always learning and adjusting to new things as they come up in trial. I recently had a trial on an accident case where my client was charged with careless driving when she lost control of her vehicle and two of her passengers were killed in the roll over accident that ensued.
So, what all this language is saying is that if you get pulled over for dui, and you have previously refused a breath test, and they ask you to take a breath test and you refuse, not only will they suspend your license for 18 months but they could charge you with a separate criminal charge of Refusal to submit to a chemical test.
If you go to court and you are speeding 0 to 29 miles per hour over the limit, your case is heard by a Traffic Hearing Officer. The maximum penalty that the Hearing Officer can impose is a $500 fine and up to 12 hours of driving school