Alabama Breathalyzer Test Attorneys
The details of a DUI stop dictate how the charges will be contested. At the center of the matter is the Breathalyzer test. Your blood alcohol content (BAC) provided by the test will determine if and what types of charges will be brought against you. Many times, these results must be challenged and thrown into question to have DUI charges thrown out.
Birmingham Breathalyzer Test Refusal Lawyer
If you are asked to take the Breathalyzer test, you have the option to refuse. However, the state of Alabama has implied consent law. It is implied that if you are driving on public roads, you will submit to tests if there is probable cause to suspect that you are intoxicated. If you refuse to take the test, you subject yourself to certain automatic sentences, including a 90-day driver’s license suspension.
It is important that you contact a skilled DUI defense attorney immediately following a DUI arrest or charges. Gathering the appropriate evidence and documents must begin as soon as possible. The attorneys at The Bloomston Firm have been successful in certain situations in appealing the automatic sentences in civil court, having the suspension lifted or achieving a reduced sentence.
Call 205-212-9700 for a no-obligation consultation.
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It is important that you contact a skilled DUI defense attorney immediately following your arrest. Attorney Brett M. Bloomston will skillfully represent your interests, protecting you from the full brunt of potential sentencing.
They will carefully review details of the test, including investigating the Breathalyzer used, as well as the manner in which it was administered. These devices must be carefully calibrated often, and the officer administering the test must be properly trained and certified. Any inconsistencies in protocol can cause to file appropriate motions to have the test results suppressed as evidence.
Just because you have been arrested and charged does not mean that your case is already decided. There are possible defenses.
Contact an Alabama Breathalyzer Test Lawyer
To arrange a consultation, call the law office of The Bloomston Firm today at 205-212-9700.