Those stopped on suspicion of drunk driving are commonly given a breath test to ascertain their blood alcohol content. It is easy to assume you will be convicted if the officer says your breathalyzer test results are above the legal limit of .08 percent, but this is not clear-cut proof. Instead, you should immediately call Ali & Blankner to get our firm to contest the results of your breath test.
The Orlando DUI lawyers at our firm pride themselves on their professional attitude when it comes to handling DUI cases. Our firm brings 85 years of combined experience to every case we take on and also have insight as former prosecutors. We are fully dedicated to criminal defense and use this drive to obtain positive results for our clients time and time again.
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Breathalyzer results are notoriously unreliable, especially compared to blood test results. We can use this to your advantage, employing various defenses to nullify your breath test evidence.
We can challenge the breathalyzer results by striving to prove the following things:
If law enforcement does not administer the test to code, this may be grounds for a dismissal any evidence gathered from this test. Even if the test is performed correctly, the presence of alcohol in your mouth, especially if you have dentures or braces, can give a false reading. The breathalyzer is designed to test the breath from deep in your lungs, which means even burping before the test can drastically alter the results.
When you are arrested based on the results of a breath test, you have no need to be anxious—our AV® rated Orlando DUI attorneys can challenge the reliability of the test in court and use our experience to strengthen your defense.
Call our Orlando defense lawyers to discuss your case and we can begin putting a defense strategy together!