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Breathalyzer Tests

Breathalyzer Tests

Attorney in Redwood City ● DUI Breathalyzer Tests

Beating the Breathalyzer Test

When a driver is suspected of drunk driving, police officers administer a Breathalyzer test to determine if the driver is intoxicated. However, the results of Breathalyzer tests are not always accurate. Many factors may affect the results of a breath test.

At the Law Offices of Shelley D. Dwyer, we will explore all options for challenging the results of a Breathalyzer test. Attorney Dwyer has more than 20 years of experience defending individuals charged with DUI. She will use her skills and experience to come up with a creative defense strategy on your behalf.

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Challenging the Results of a Breathalyzer Test

There are numerous technical and physiological factors that may affect the results of a Breathalyzer test. We will ask important questions to determine if your breath test results were accurate:

  • Did the police officer have probable cause to stop your car?
  • Was the police officer trained to properly administer the Breathalyzer test?
  • Was the breath test machine properly calibrated?
  • Did certain physiological factors affect the test results?

Just because you allegedly failed a Breathalyzer test does not mean that you are automatically guilty of drunk driving. The prosecution must be able to prove that your blood alcohol content level was above the legal limit while you were driving your car. Our firm will challenge the evidence presented by the prosecution and protect your rights and interests throughout the legal process. A drunk driving conviction is not automatic. Learn about your specific options from a criminal defense lawyer with more than 20 years of experience.

Contact a San Mateo County Drunk Driving Defense Attorney

If you are interested in learning more about refusal to blow or Breathalyzer test defense, please contact us today at 650-367-8500. We offer a free initial consultation.