If you decide to drive drunk in Connecticut, it's important to note that you stand the potential of being charged with driving under the influence (DUI) whether you agree to your blood alcohol content (BAC) being taken or not. This is because the state views driving as a privilege and requires drivers to agree to the Implied Consent Law. As such, any police official can take your BAC without securing your consent.
In the state of Connecticut, a BAC that is considered to be representative of legal intoxication is any number that is 0.08 or above. For those under the state's legal drinking age of 21, any BAC level of 0.02 or higher is considered to be intoxicated.