Douglas County DUI Attorney
Have You Failed a Breath Test?
If you have been pulled over on suspicion of driving while under the influence of alcohol, one of the very first things that the police officer in question will have to do is verify that you indeed with a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) above the legal limit of 0.08. To do this, they will often administer regulated tests, such as a field sobriety test or blood/breath test. While there are many different tests, one of the most commonly used is that of the blood test. During this, you will be required to blow into a breathalyzer to test the amount of blood in your system.
These tests, however, are not always accurate and can often be faulty with incorrect readings. Due to such situations as improperly calibrated equipment or an officer being untrained to properly administer the test, you could be subjected to test results that do not accurately reflect the reality of the situation. You should not, however, be forced to live with the ramifications of something of this nature. To ensure that your rights are not violated and you are given the edge you need in combating the criminal charges being held against you, do not hesitate to secure the legal assistance of a Douglas County DUI lawyer as quickly as possible.
Aggressive DUI Defense in Douglas County
As a successful conviction of a DUI can lead to detrimental, life-altering consequences, this is not something that should be taken lightly or shrugged off. You need to be confident that you are being represented by someone who can effectively support and guide you through the process. Attorney Christopher H. Cessna has years of experience in assisting clients defend themselves against criminal charges of driving under the influence; if you work with him, you can be confident that everything possible will be done to protect your rights.
Do not hesitate to contact a Douglas County DUI Lawyer to help answer any questions that you might have regarding breath tests.