Mayes County DUI Lawyer
You may have submitted to a breath test at the station after a DUI arrest in Mayes County. If the results of this test were at or above the legal limit of .08, the state will attempt to use this as evidence that you were intoxicated while you were behind the wheel. However, the results of a chemical test are not necessarily accurate.
Contesting the Test
Just because you “failed” a breath test does not mean that you will be convicted of a DUI. In fact, it doesn’t even mean that you are guilty of the charge!
There are many ways to contest the results of a breath test. It is well documented that breath tests are riddled with problems. Errors in the way the tests are administered, for example, are common. The way that both portable breathalyzers used at the roadside and the machines used at the police station are maintained has also been called into question in many cases.
Fighting Your DUI
Regardless of the evidence against you, it is important to fight your DUI. The team at the Edge Law Firm will examine all of the details of your case to build the most effective defense strategy possible.
Contact the Edge Law Firm today to learn more and to schedule a free review of your case.
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