Under Arizona law, you are guilty of driving under the influence (DUI) if you operate a motor vehicle while having a blood-alcohol content (BAC) of .08 or more. Even if you failed your BAC test, you still have the right to attack the validity of the test.
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If you are stopped on suspicion of drunk driving, the police will likely use field sobriety tests to build a DWI/DUI case against you. These tests are designed by law enforcement agencies. They are tools to create probable cause to arrest you after a traffic stop.
After your arrest, the police will want to test your blood-alcohol content (BAC). Blood-alcohol content refers to the percentage of alcohol in your blood. Alcohol concentration refers to grams of alcohol per 100 mil of blood or per 200 ml of breath.
Under Arizona law, to be legally intoxicated you must have a BAC of .08 or more within two hours of driving.
As a Criminal Law Specialist Certified by the Arizona Board of Legal Specialization, Attorney Howard Snader has successfully challenged the validity of BAC testing including breathalyzer tests, urinalysis tests and blood tests.
He reviews details such as the exact time the test was administered, the calibration of the testing machine, and the certification of the person who administered the test. Problems with any of these can serve as basis for challenging the test.
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For aggressive criminal defense by an Arizona Board Certified Criminal Law Specialist, contact the Law Offices of Howard A. Snader. Lawyer Snader and his legal team are ready to represent you or your family member.
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