Legal Advice for “DUI Tests” — 118 results
Written by attorney Jeffrey B. Engle, over 3 years ago.
While not admissible in Court in PA to prove the level of intoxication, they are used frequently by p0lice to establish roadside probable cause
The horizontal gaze nystagmus (HGN) test has... more
Written by attorney Todd F. La Neve, over 3 years ago.
In short, no. The breath testing devices on the market today are one-size-fits-all technology. If it doesn't work for ballcaps, why should we trust it for determining if someone goes to... more
Written by attorney Michael DelSignore, over 3 years ago.
Breathalyzer test results in Massachusetts drunk driving cases do not mean the case cannot be won at trial. To win a breathalyzer case, a Massachusetts DUI lawyer must demonstrate the... more
Written by attorney George Mccranie, over 3 years ago.
In Georgia, if you are caught driving with a blood alcohol content of 0.08 or above (0.04 for commercial drivers and 0.02 for drivers under 21), the State considers you guilty of driving... more
Written by attorney Maurice Hilliard, over 1 year ago.
Almost no citizen knows his or her legal rights when it comes to a traffic stop by a law enforcement officer. This guide points out major myths about the psycho-physical and divided... more
Written by attorney George B. Mackey, 3 months ago.
Most people feel a blood test showing intoxication in a DWI arrest is conclusive as to guilt. DWI blood tests showing "intoxication" do not necessarily mean you are guilty. Blood tests at... more
Written by attorney Jonathan Paul, 6 months ago.
When charged with drunk driving in Livonia, the judge will set certain bond conditions, which will most likely involve alcohol and drug testing. Proactive Alcohol & Drug Testing - 16th... more
Written by attorney Martin Judnich, almost 4 years ago.
The most common question I am ever asked as a criminal defense attorney is if someone in Montana should give a breath test if pulled over for DUI. This is a more complicated answer these... more
Written by attorney Lysandra Pachuta, about 1 year ago.
Field sobriety tests are offered in most DUI cases. The officer will use your performance to decide whether to continue investigating you or arrest you for DUI. And most importantly the... more
Written by attorney George A. Heym, almost 4 years ago.
Refusing to provide a breath or blood sample in Pennsylvania can have serious civil consequences in addition to any DUI charges that may be filed. This guide will list those and what... more