Orlando Breathalyzer Test Defense
There are many misunderstandings about the Breathalyzer test in Florida. Many people assume that if they blow over .08, they will be found guilty of driving under the influence. In reality, that is only a rebuttable presumption, meaning that your defense attorney can offer evidence that you were not impaired.
Our DUI attorneys in Orlando are availble 24/7. Call us and schedule a consultation! We will answer your questions about Breathalyzer test results. Attorney N. Ryan LaBar has handled hundreds of DUI cases in Orlando and central Florida. He knows how to challenge breath test results and has a history of producing positive outcomes for his clients in DUI cases.
Am I Required To Take A Breathalyzer Test?
As a general rule, you are not required to submit to a breath alcohol test in Florida. However, your driver's license can be suspended for one year for refusing the test (or two years if this is your second refusal). You may still be charged with DUI if you refuse to take a breath test, but the state may not have enough evidence to convict you.
There are a number of issues an experienced criminal defense lawyer can raise with alcohol Breathalyzers:
- The machine was not properly tested to ensure accuracy
- You were not under continuous observation for the required time period before administering the test
- The underlying DUI traffic stop was illegal
- You were not impaired
In Florida, you may be charged with DUI even if your blood alcohol content was below .08. If you are a minor, you can be charged with DUI if you blow .02 or higher.
Contact Our Breathalyzer Defense Lawyer In Orlando
To discuss your breath alcohol test with our Orlando defense attorneys call 866-680-4LAW or fill out the online form located at the top of this page. We respond to after-hours messages promptly. Our Central Florida Breathalyzer test defense attorney is very experience and is here to help. Evening or weekend appointments are available on request. We respect your privacy and will keep all your information confidential.
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