A Bad Result On A DUI Breath Test Is Not The End
Have you been pulled over for suspicion of drunk driving and been administered a DUI breath test or other chemical test? If so, it is critical to involve a knowledgeable criminal defense lawyer to build a solid defense to your charges.
At the Law Offices of Patrick F. Lauer, Jr. LLC, we have more than 33 years of experience and have represented thousands of clients through their DUI cases in Camp Hill and across the state.
When You Drive, You’ve Given Your Implied Consent To Be Tested
In Pennsylvania, the implied consent laws state that any person driving on a state highway consents to having chemical tests administered to them in order for police officers to determine blood alcohol content. These tests include:
- Saliva testing
- Blood testing
- Breathalyzer testing
- Urine analysis
In these scenarios, the arresting officer must have reasonable grounds to believe that, prior to the arrest, the person was driving in an intoxicated condition or under the influence of alcohol. At the Law Offices of Patrick F. Lauer, Jr. LLC, we have the proven experience needed to defend your rights against all DUI charges and will answer all of your questions regarding the implied consent laws in Pennsylvania.
Field Sobriety Tests And Chemical Tests Are Not The Same
Field sobriety testing and chemical testing in Pennsylvania are in different categories. Only certain field sobriety tests are admissible in court. Chemical tests are usually admissible and require an experienced trial lawyer, using experts in the field, to fight your charges and have the tests removed from evidence.
We have the ability to minimize the consequences of your charges. Whether your blood alcohol content (BAC) was high for your DUI breath test or you are charged with a Breathalyzer test refusal, we have what it takes to build a solid defense for you.
Was Your BAC Tested? Contact Our Attorney For Help And A Free Consultation.
It is not always easy to know what to do during a traffic stop. What you need to know now is that whether you submitted to testing or refused, you have options.
Contact us to schedule a free consultation with our attorney. You can reach us day or night by calling or by sending us an email.