Yes, without any doubt. The Penal Code foresees this limit and its equivalent of alcohol in blood, 1.2 g/l, to determine the existence of the crime and the possible attribution of criminal responsibility.
Not necessarily. Driving with a rate of alcohol in air aspirated less than 0.60 mg/l with a symptomatology that hinders the driving faculties is also a crime and carries criminal responsibility.
Yes. Any user of the road that is involved in a traffic accident has the obligation to submit to the legally established tests for the detection of poisonings. If you do not, you can commit a crime punishable by imprisonment.
Yes. Failure to do so is considered a crime because submitting or not to a blood alcohol or drug test does not depend on the will of oneself, but on the fulfillment of a legal imperative.
In view of the current technological and expert innovations, it is relatively simple to prove that a person was driving with an air alcohol content higher than 0.60 mg / l. We must carefully analyze the correction of the tests carried out to disagree with the result.
Otherwise, an agreement can be reached with the fiscal ministry and ostensibly reduce, up to a third, a hypothetical sentence.