A New Jersey appeals court has declined to throw out the warnings police give to suspected drunken drivers if they refuse to take a breath test.

In a published ruling, a three-judge Appellate Division panel rejected a challenge to the warnings that claimed they were impermissibly vague because they did not spell out the mandatory minimum penalties a driver could face for refusing to submit to a breath test.

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