Challenging Breathalyzer Test Results
What to Do with Unfavorable Test Results
With the high number of drunk drivers who are arrested each year, law enforcement
is intentional about punishing those found guilty of this offense. That
being said, penalties are serious and can result in any or all of the
- Loss of driving privileges
- Heavy fines
- Jail time
- Community service
More importantly, the stigma of a
DUI conviction can negatively affect your reputation, strain your relationships, and
present employment challenges for many years. While a failed breathalyzer
test can seem irrefutable, there is hope with the right defense team on
Breathalyzer machines and the humans who operate them are prone to error
– not to mention result in inconsistencies due to weight, gender,
and age. Our Dayton OVI/DUI attorneys understand the ins and outs of these
devices and can use our knowledge to challenge your charges.
Our ultimate goal is to secure a favorable outcome for your future.
Fight Your Test Results with Our Dayton DUI Attorney
If the police suspect that you are intoxicated while behind the wheel,
they have the right to administer a breathalyzer test. You are legally
required to take the test by law and failing to comply can result in serious
penalties. However even if you fail the test, it may be possible to challenge
Our firm may attack the following points to fight your test results:
- The reliability of the machine that you tested on
- The training of the officer who administered the test
- Whether or not the breathalyzer was calibrated
- Whether or not the officer had probable cause to administer the test
If you or a loved one is facing DUI charges based on a failed breathalyzer
test, it is imperative that you consult with our firm right away. As Dayton
DUI lawyers, protecting your rights is our duty and commitment. We can
spring into action quickly and utilize only the most effective strategies.
Our experienced OVI attorneys can analyze your case and help you through
all aspects of the legal process.
Our consultations are free and we're available to take your calls any
time, 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Contact us now for help!