LANSING -- The state lawmaker arrested in East Lansing after refusing a Breathalyzer test may have his license suspended for a year, beginning next month.
An administrative law examiner with the Secretary of State's office decided Monday Rep. Bob Genetski of Saugatuk violated Michigan's implied consent law.
Refusing a Breathalyzer test can be punished by a year-long license suspension under the implied consent law.
Genetski's lawyer tells News 10 his client will appeal the ruling and ask for at least a restricted license that allows him to drive to work.
If the suspension stands, it will begin April 9.
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