When people hear an attorney practices DUI/traffic law, the first question they usually ask is: If I get pulled over for DUI, should I blow or refuse? By this question, they are referring to the... more
Before we begin, the first thing that should be made clear is that it is not illegal for any adult ages twenty-one and over to drink and drive. It is, however, illegal for an impaired adult to drive.... more
One of the many things a Tampa DUI defense attorney will do for their client is challenge the inaccuracies found when breath tests are conducted. The circumstances surrounding the test, including... more
Arrested for DUI and took the blood test?
the reading is over .08, Guilty? maybe NOT.
Your SUBJECT TEST refers to breathalyzer, or newer Alcotest 9510, breath test result, is an indirect estimate... more
If you have a criminal DWI case and/or civil implied consent driver's license revocation cases pending, you may have heard of the recent U.S. Supreme Court decision in McNeely v. Missouri issued... more
If a person is charged with a DUI, and they refused to take a breath or blood test after their arrest, they may face additional consequences if convicted. Note: this is different than the optional... more
Many different facts and circumstances help determine the outcome of a persons driving under the influence case. When you have been charged under California Penal Code 23152, or 23153, one of the... more
Can a Driver Request and Obtain an Additional, Independent Test in a DWI Case?
Yes, a driver has the right the right to request and obtain an additional, independent blood or urine test from a third... more
This is probably the most common question asked of a DWI/DUI defense lawyer.
The short answer is: You should take the test with a few important caveats.
In most situations, test refusal is a more... more