A person can be arrested and convicted on a DUI charge based on the results of a breath test showing a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) of .08% or higher. At the Neighbors Law Office, a frequently asked question surrounds the reliability of these tests and whether they are infallible. My practice focuses almost solely on DUI law and defending DUI charges and my 30 years of experience have shown that there are many instances where breath tests can be proven to be unreliable.
Police departments in our state depend on the Intoxilyzer 8000 to determine the BAC of suspected drunk drivers. As a skilled trial attorney, it is my job to know this machine and its faults. The integrity of these tests can be greatly influenced by errors in procedure by a police officer, factors in the environment and physiological elements which can skew the results.
As soon as you are arrested, it is vital to contact a seasoned Overland Park DUI defense attorney who knows the Intoxilyzer 8000 and can exploit its faults in combatting the charges against you.
Countless DUI cases have been won based on the unreliability of a breath test but it takes an attorney who knows the device and is willing to fights hard for his client's rights. Breath tests for DUI can produce incorrect results. Find out how by contacting an Overland Park DUI lawyer from my firm.