William Head's answer NO. Police follow an old U S Supreme Court case, Schmerber, that says officers need not delay for such things, for an implied consent test, due to the evanescent nature of alcohol being processed by the human body.
Neville Bedford's answer I would recommend you retain an attorney to assist you in negotiating the best disposition you can as the penalties increase based on subsequent offenses. https://www.massrmv.com/rmv/suspend/oui.htm
If you cannot appear in person at Operator Control for information regarding your license or registration, you may leave a message listing your name, date of birth, address, license number, as well as a brief description of the problem you are experiencing and you will receive correspondence by mail. You may also mail your suspension inquiry and any pertinent information to Operator Control.
Mr. Jose Carmelo Masso IV's answer The merits of your case and your ability to "beat" the charge depends entirely on the specific facts of your case. It is unlikely anyone on the internet can give you any advice in this regard without additional information, which you should not share online. The only sure way you'll be in a position to successfully challenge the charges against you is to retain local counsel who is familiar with your state's DUI laws, court procedures, and local customs of the prosecutor. Don't wait to...
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