AMARILLO, Texas - Drunk drivers may no longer be able to resort to the "don't know.. don't blow" method when it comes to breathalyzer tests.
Police are enforcing the "no refusal" policy which means, if a person refuses to take a breathalyzer test, police can administer a search warrant and have them take a blood test, instead.
It is the first time the policy will be enforced in the Texas panhandle. Officials say there are no excuses when it comes to drinking and driving.
"It's just for convenience, if I'm caught drinking and driving this weekend. It mean's I've chosen to do so and I'm endangering other people," Randall County district attorney James Farren said.