Challenging Breathalyzer and Blood Test Results
Were you charged with driving under the influence (DUI) or driving while impaired (DWI)? The situation may seem hopeless, but it is important to speak with an attorney before pleading guilty.
Our Defense Attorneys Can Help
At the Law Offices of Todd K. Mohink, PA, we will determine the admissibility of the evidence in your DUI/DWI case. The results and conditions of all Breathalyzer tests, blood tests and field sobriety tests must be thoroughly examined. If these tests were incorrectly administered or evaluated, we can argue for the suppression of the results and when appropriate, a reduction or dismissal of the charges.
For a free initial consultation about challenging Breathalyzer and blood test results, please call 800-266-8151 . You can also reach our Columbia and Glen Burnie offices via email.
Why Fight the Results?
Your blood alcohol content (BAC) is one of the most critical factors of the case against you. If your BAC is .08 percent or higher, you may be charged with DUI. If it is up to .07 percent, you may be charged with DWI.
Results of Breathalyzer and blood tests can be suppressed if the tests are not conducted correctly. The conditions of the tests are extremely important. We may argue for the suppression of this evidence for reasons such as:
- The person who administers the test was not properly trained on the equipment
- The testing equipment is defective or improperly calibrated
- You have a medical condition that affects the conditions or results of the test
- You hiccuped or vomited during the Breathalyzer test
- The test results were not within the correct range
- The police did not observe you for the correct amount of time
- The police had no cause to pull you over or suspect you of drunk driving
Do not plead guilty until you have discussed your case with an attorney. There may be valid reasons to challenge the evidence against you.
There Is Too Much at Stake to Give Up
To learn more about how our DUI lawyers can help you fight the results of a sobriety test, call us at 800-266-8151 to tell us about your case. You can also use our online contact form to arrange your free consultation.