DUI Breath & Blood Tests in Polk County
Polk County DUI Lawyers And Attorneys
In order to prove that you are guilty of DUI (driving under the influence) law enforcement will administer a breath test or blood test to measure the concentration of alcohol in your system. A breath or blood sample may be taken for this purpose, although blood tests are said to be more accurate than breath tests. If you are arrested for DUI and show a result of .08% or greater on your breath or blood test, you will face drunk driving charges in criminal court as well as license suspension through administrative proceedings by the Florida DHSMV (Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles).
A DUI attorney can assist you in fighting all aspects of your Polk County DUI charges. At Finebloom & Haenel, we represent clients throughout the entire county and use our experience and knowledge of this field of law in order to provide stellar results even in the most complex of cases. With our understanding of breath and blood tests and their faults, we are able to build effective defense strategies. By consulting a criminal defense lawyer at our firm you can find out just what we can do to help you.
Breath Tests and Blood Tests – Faults and Errors
Any breath test or blood test may be administered improperly and therefore show an inaccurate result. The breathalyzer machine itself may be improperly calibrated, a blood test sample may be mishandled or a test may be administered by an unqualified person. Not only that, breath and blood tests have faults. Breath tests in particular have been the subject of a great deal of speculation since they began being used by law enforcement in DUI cases.
At Finebloom & Haenel, we fully understand all of the faults that lie within chemical testing for DUI. We also know what errors to look for in how a test was administered or handled. With a DUI lawyer from our firm at your side, you have the opportunity to challenge your breath test results and win.
Contact our firm today to find out more about breath tests, blood tests and Polk County DUI cases.