Yes to a point. But if you have a good attorney anything is possible when it comes to this. They have nothing but video to assume or say that you are under the influence. Granted, it's much cheaper to order an Uber/Lyft vs paying an attorney but someone of means like Few (and many of you, not to that scale but can afford good counsel) you don't just hand yourself over. Allow your mouthpiece to handle it. In GA, they just passed a law...I think 3 (?) years ago where if you get pulled over and refuse a breath test, they can try and wake up a judge for a warrant to take your blood, which could take a few hours especially middle of the night. Some counties around GA who have nothing better to do than bust rich people for DUIs have a designated judge available in off hours each day so they can get the blood test immediately. Still you make that play. Even at .11...you're an hour from being .05 or .06 in most cases, and, even with a judge on call, can take an hour or more and in that time you can contact your legal representation. I may not be saying that exactly right, but that's the message my lawyer has passed to me.