BAC Test

Oftentimes clients are extremely worried about how their BAC test results will be used against them. A BAC test measures a driver’s Blood Alcohol Content; being pulled over with a BAC of .08% or more will result in an automatic DWI arrest.

There are three forms BAC testing: breath, blood, and urine.

Most offenders are given breath tests at the scene of their traffic stop with a small device known as a breathalyzer. The problem with breathalyzers is that the readings they giver are often quite inaccurate. Mouth alcohol, medical problems, and alcoholic residue could all distort the BAC reading.

Urine and blood tests can be administered at the police station following an arrest to confirm an arrestee’s BAC level.

Our Dallas DWI Lawyer Provides Skilled Representation

Even if your BAC level reading is above the legal limit, your DWI arrest does not have to result in a conviction. BAC tests are regularly challenged in court. Finding an experienced Dallas DWI attorney is an important step in getting a conviction dropped or a sentence reduced.

Whether you believe you were wrongly accused or if you wish to acquire a less severe punishment, our Dallas criminal defense lawyer knows the ins and outs of DWI law and will provide you with the defense you deserve. Contact us today for a consultation.

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