Challenging Breathalyzer Tests
Can Breath Test Evidence be Contested?
Put simply, yes, you may contest the evidence of a breathalyzer test. Breath
tests may be disputed by carefully examining a situation and finding faults
in the procedure. There are a number of factors at play in a breathalyzer
test, and an incorrect administration of the test or violation of rights
may be grounds to have the test evidence thrown out of court.
If you are seeking to contest breathalyzer test evidence, consider the
- Did the police officer unlawfully stop you?
- Were you observed for 20 minutes before taking the test?
- Was the breath test machine calibrated properly?
- Did the police officer unlawfully arrest you?
Discuss your situation with a DUI attorney in Tampa. Contact Parks & Braxton, PA
Let Us Help You Fight Your DUI Charge
Any error in the testing process or wrongful action performed by the officer
may be grounds to fight the test evidence. At Parks & Braxton, PA,
our team of legal professionals include former prosecutors and
more than 48 years of combined legal experience. Our attorneys possess working knowledge of the law on all sides of the
courtroom. If you are planning to fight your DUI charge in court, consider
working with a Tampa DUI lawyer from our firm.
Consider the advantages of working with our firm, including:
- Attorneys who have handled 1,000+ DUI cases
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Protect Against License Suspension & Criminal Charges
If you have been charged with
DUI, then you may not only be facing criminal charges, but also be facing
a potential driver's license suspension. Your license suspension hearing
is conducted by the DHSMV. Contesting the evidence of a breathalyzer test
may be an essential part of defending your driving privileges. If you
are able to show that the breath test evidence is faulty during this hearing,
you may prevent your driver's license from being suspended by the DHSMV.
Similarly, contesting the evidence of a breath test may be a key part of
your defense against a DUI charge. If you believe the breath test was
faulty or performed unlawfully, then you should make sure your defense
is solid for both the criminal trial and your license suspension hearing.
Our DUI attorneys in Tampa have
handled thousands of DUI cases and may provide individuals with the legal guidance and representation
they need for a successful outcome.
Protect your rights and driving privileges. Schedule a free case consultation
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