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There was simply too many scenes with only "talking" in it. Of course, as an adult, those scenes were necessary to develop the characters and move the plot, but to a kid, it's just "wah wah wahwah wah."
I agree. Let's shield the children from any sort of challenge. That way they know nothing and won't ever ask us embarrassing questions that might be a challenge for us to answer in an adult manner.
The possession of a driver's license requires that you are willing to submit to a chemical test. Refusing to submit to the test results in the administrative act of your license being revoked. This is completely separate from the criminal DUI case. Therefore even if you are found innocent of DUI you will still have lost your license. You can fight this administrative revocation but you'll have to prove that the officer was not in his right to originally pull you over. This is a very difficult task because all the cop has to say is, "Oh, he swerved a little." I think that you'll be hard pressed to prove that you didn't swerve at all.
That may seem like a CH shade of meaning away from "admission of guilt" but really it's a separate offense that you're pretty much automatically guilty of.
Standard disclaimer: IANAL (But I've spent a lot of time talking to one recently)