DUI (driving under the influence) can be charged if a person has a blood alcohol content (BAC) of 0.08% or higher. Blood alcohol content can be measured by a breath and blood test, and unlike field sobriety tests it is often very accurate. Once a person is at the police station, law enforcement or lab personal will administer the blood test or breath test. A blood test is taken by obtaining a sample of a person’s blood and the breath test is administered by a breathalyzer machine.
There are still several legal issues that surround breath and blood tests that can lead to a false arrest. If you or a loved one is arrested for DUI, regardless of the circumstances please contact the Law Offices of Paul S. Geller immediately. An Inglewood DUI attorney at our firm can review the results of any tests administered and look for any problems. Your legal rights are extremely important to us and we will zealously fight to achieve a case win.
Please contact an Inglewood DUI lawyer at the Law Offices of Paul S. Geller today to schedule a free case consultation. We offer excellent legal advice, guidance, DUI resources and representation to individuals accused of drunk driving or drugged driving throughout Inglewood, California. A DMV Hearing must be scheduled within 10 days following a DUI arrest; otherwise a person can have their driver’s license automatically suspended. In addition, an Inglewood DUI attorney at our firm must conduct our own investigation in order to gather critical evidence that may be beneficial to you or a loved one’s Inglewood DUI case.
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