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Breath & Blood Tests

Fort Pierce DUI Attorney

Have you been charged with the crime of driving under the influence (DUI) due to a chemical test reading of your blood alcohol content (BAC)? It is important to know that you can fight this evidence and that you need to retain skilled representation on your side to effectively pursue the results that you need for your future. As an experienced Fort Pierce criminal defense attorney, I can work with you to pursue the results that you need for your future. If a police officer suspects you to be drinking and driving, then you could be arrested and taken to a medical center to have your BAC tested.

There are several different types of chemical tests, and depending on the test you took, I may be able to fight to have this evidence thrown out. First, a breath test is taken with a machine that measures alcohol in your breath. This is a highly unreliable reading as you could be completely sober, but if you have a trace of alcohol in your mouth, then the reading could drastically wrong. In addition, there have been studies which show that holding your breath for a few seconds before taking the test or breathing heavily before taking the test will also greatly affect the reading. A blood test can also be highly unreliable as there is always the possibility of machinery malfunction and / or human error.

Let My Decades of Experience Work for You

If you have been arrested and charged with DUI due to evidence brought in a chemical test, then you need to seek my representation in your case immediately. When you choose to work with me, you can be sure that I will work to uncover any issues with the prosecution’s case and essentially leave no stone unturned. Contact my office today to discuss the criminal charges that have been brought against you and to begin the process of pursuing the results that you need for your future!

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