19-13-28.1 Motorist's refusal to submit to chemical test of intoxication admissible--Privilege agains...
Motorist's refusal to submit to chemical test of intoxication admissible--Privilege
against self-incrimination may not be claimed.
Notwithstanding the provisions of § 19-13-28, when
a person stands trial for driving while under the influence of alcohol or drugs, as provided under
§ 32-23-1, and that person has refused chemical analysis, as provided in § 32-23-10, such refusal is
admissible into evidence. Such person may not claim privilege against self-incrimination with regard
to admission of refusal to submit to chemical analysis.
Source: SL 1980, ch 230, § 2.