Law Enforcement officials in DUI Arrests typically offer the driver a breath, blood or urine test
to determine the level of alcohol or drugs in the person's system. In some states, when a driver
passes one test, of if the Breathalyzer is not working, the officer is permitted to request another
test. If the driver refuses the next text, it is commonly regarded as a refusal and the driver's
license is suspended accordingly.
In many states, accepting the test and registering a .08 or greater BAC will result in a license
suspension. If the driver refuses the test, the suspension is often double that if it had been
Blood tested evidence is typically considered more reliable than breath tests, but that isn't always
the case. With blood tests, a local DUI defense attorney can impeach the custody, or line or evidence
as well as challenge whether the tests were performed accurately.
Your local DUI Attorney will further explain the Breath versus Blood Evidence in a DUI arrest and
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