I would contact a local attorney for advice. Typically, most DUI attorneys hire their own expert to challenge blood evidence. There are a few national manufactures that produce the tubes wherein blood is stored for testing. These tubes have preservatives that claim to slow the process of contamination of the blood. However, there are always issues to challenge. Good luck.
If the proper amount of preservative is present and the sample tube is undamaged, it can remain usable for years. Five months should be no problem.
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