Chemical DUI Tests: Breath, Blood & Urine
BAC Test Information from our Boise DUI Attorney
Idaho law enforcement is aggressively enforcing the state’s laws
regarding drinking and driving, and will often use a variety of methods
and techniques during the arrest to strengthen the prosecution’s
case. For this reason, it is crucial to contact a Boise DUI attorney who
can review all the details of your case to defend you against a conviction.
When our firm takes your case, we dig deep. At Bublitz Law, P.C. we look
at every aspect of your case to find police errors. Sometimes, an error
in administration of blood, breath or urine tests can help us beat your case.
Should I Submit to a DUI Test?
To some degree, the decision of whether or not to refuse a BAC test is
up to you, but it’s generally best to comply with police on this
issue. This is because Idaho has an implied consent law, which means that
drivers are lawfully required to take a chemical blood alcohol test. If
you refuse a DUI test in Idaho, you may lose your driver’s license
for up to a year. Furthermore, refusing a chemical breath test actually
gives police the ability to take a forced blood draw.
Although you may be lawfully required to take these tests, the results
can often be questioned in court. Issues with how the test was administered
can yield inaccurate results, and many medical conditions or diets can
also impact a breathalyzer device. An Idaho DUI attorney with knowledge
and experience can often get the results of a blood, breath, or urine
test excluded from evidence.
Contact our DUI defense firm today!
If you live in Idaho and you think that your rights have been violated
in a DUI test, contact our firm as soon as possible in order to get the
legal muscle and stellar representation you need and deserve.
Contact Bublitz Law, P.C. today and find out how we are prepared to help you fight unjust police
methods or invalid charges.