Posts Tagged ‘breathalyzer test’

State by State Breathalyzer Limit Chart

In every state it is a criminal offense to operate a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol. If you are stopped for a suspected DUI a field sobriety test will usually be administered. If you fail part of the field sobriety test you will be given a breathalyzer test. The most common method law […]

If I Refuse a Breathalyzer Test, What Will Happen Next?

Being stopped for suspicion of driving under the influence is a serious charge, but you do have rights. However, there may also be strong consequences if you refuse a breathalyzer. What will happen if I refuse a Breathalyzer test? What is the next step that I may do? Many police officers on a routine traffic […]

DUI Blood Alcohol Defenses, Types of Defense for DUI Cases

If you’ve been arrested for DUI on the basis of a blood alcohol content that exceeded the legal limit, you’ll need a good defense or you will be convicted. An experienced drunk driving attorney will examine the evidence and ask you questions about the circumstances surrounding your arrest and being tested for blood alcohol content. […]

I Can’t Afford a DUI Attorney, Can I Represent Myself During Court Proceedings?

Can you represent yourself in a DUI case?  Yes, you can. In some cases, it is the most cost-effective approach. In others, it might be worth trying to find the money for  representation from an experienced DUI lawyer. In this Drunk Drivers Rights article, you will learn what options you have if you can’t afford a DUI […]

Testing for a DUI, Overview of the Different Types of DUI Tests

If you are stopped on suspicion of drunk driving, there are several different types of DUI tests that state DUI laws allow as evidence. Here’s an overview of the testing for DUI that happens in most communities. If you’re not familiar with any of the terms used, see a detailed DUI glossary for definitions. In […]