Breathalyzer Inaccuracies and Failing the Breath Test

Breathalyzers have become the most important factor when determining intoxication. This allows prosecutors to convict offenders with scientific evidence of intoxication. These devices read the amount of blood alcohol concentration (BAC) in a DUI suspect.

The legal limit for all states now is 0.08. Due to this BAC level, police have an edge in the arresting decision. Even after a successful completion of a field sobriety test, (not many field sobriety tests turn out successful in recent history) the officer will most likely issue a DUI if BAC is higher than 0.08. This assumption leaves many questions to the DUI suspect.

Is the BAC fair judgement on a suspect? In a lot of cases it is. A high reading of 0.15 – 0.4 obviously states a person is incapable of controlling a motorized vehicle. What if someone completely satisfies a field sobriety test (which indicates a persons motor, mechanical, and attention skills) and then has a BAC reading of 0.1? Most likely a DUI will be issued. Leaving the suspect with no argument due to the BAC reading.

DUIRights.com will show you your rights in any situation. You have the right to refuse any chemical testing. Our guide will show you what loophole needs to be used in order to contest the readings. These methods have been researched and used in the courtroom to prove innocence among many DUI offenders. Get started now and get your Dui Arrest Evaluated for FREE….Find out how to challenge these faulty breathalyzer readings!

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