This is why you should be trying to hire an attorney, at least for the DMV hearing. The objections you make depend on what the document(s) show. And you want to look for objections to make to all of the documents, not just the lab results.
Additionally, having only the objections won't help you because you won't necessarily understand how to tie them into the closing argument. A DUI is not a Do-It-Yourself project.
It depends on what hearing you're talking about. For DMV, the usual objections are hearsay, Evidence Code 1280, 1271 (and the Glatman case). For Court, it could be much more--foundation, Confrontation. Or some other arguments about the science--whether they can prove the blood was tested properly, etc.
YOU don't make objections. Your counselor will make the objections.
Do not try to fight a DUI on your own. You will lose. You will lose. Did I mention you will lose?
You need to fin out about how to find a good lawyer who will look into the facts of your case and find the legal objections that may be available. Every case is different. Some cases, there is nothing to object about.
Get a lawyer.
To add to what my colleagues have already said, many of the objections are case or factually specific. it is impossible to list them out like a laundry list and hope they apply to your particular situation. Trying to proceed without a lawyer in this situation and facing a trained and schooled DA is like bringing a spoon to a gun fight.
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