Legal Advice for Breathalyzer — 34 results
Written by attorney Andrew Richman, over 1 year ago.
Did you know that handheld breathalyzers are all over market and sold in stores like Brookstone and Sharper Image? They typically cost about $50, operate on AA batteries, and are about the... more
Written by attorney Emanuel Mouganis, almost 3 years ago.
One of the most frequently asked questions of criminal defense lawyers is whether or not a person is better off agreeing to take a breath test or refusing to take a breath test when pulled... more
Written by attorney Melissa R Holmes, about 2 years ago.
If you refuse to submit to a breathalyzer test in Connecticut your license will automatically be suspended. The period of suspension will depend on your age and whether you have refused to... more
Written by attorney Russell Ferraro, over 2 years ago.
Thats the question I am constantly asked when people find out that Im a DUI lawyer. If I get pulled over, should I take the breath test? The short answer is that depends. The long answer... more
Written by attorney Jason Porter, over 2 years ago.
Breathalyzers capture a persons breath, measure the breath alcohol content and convert to BAC. According to recent news reports, Four out of 10 drivers stopped for DUI in Florida refuse... more
Written by attorney Dennis Sullivan, over 4 years ago.
In North Carolina, by driving on the roads you are obligated to take a breath test at the request of an officer (assuming he has sufficient grounds for the request). If you refuse a test,... more
Written by attorney Luke Nichols, over 4 years ago.
Few people know how breathalyzers work, and fewer realize how common it is for breathalyzers to produce faulty readings.
Breathalyzers (the machines that estimate a persons BAC from that... more
Written by attorney James Rowe, almost 5 years ago.
Q. I was arrested for driving under the influence with a BAC of .09, barely above the legal limit. Do I have any defense to this crime, or should I just plead guilty?
A. Although a... more
Written by attorney Jon Scott Fox, almost 6 years ago.
What is a Breathalyzer? First, it is important to know that the Breathalyzer is no longer used in Washington State, although the term "Breathalyzer" is used by many when referring to any... more
Written by attorney Martin Judnich, 8 months ago.
This guide explains the science behind breath test instruments, how they work and what the limitations of them are. It will also explain the benefits and risks of taking a breath test when... more