Challenging Breath & Blood Test Results
Get the Help of a DUI Attorney in Riverside
In California, individuals over the age of 21 can be arrested for DUI if
their blood alcohol content (BAC) is higher than the legal limit, .08%.
After submitting to field sobriety tests, the individual may be asked
to submit to a chemical breath or blood test. If you refused such tests
or your BAC was over the limit, you need a DUI attorney in Riverside immediately.
At the Law Offices of Scott Henry, they have 15 years of experience and
understand what you are going through. Their lead attorney, Mr. Henry,
is a former Riverside County Public Defender and has represented hundreds
of individuals accused of DUI offenses, with impressive results. The firm's
legal team is proud of the personal service they provide to their clients,
with 24/7 accessibility and are likewise proud of their extensive knowledge
of DUI laws and courtroom process. If hired in your DUI defense, they
will vigorously ensure that your rights are protected.
DUI Attorney: Fighting Your Blood and Breath Tests in Riverside
The laws in our state require that individuals submit to chemical testing
following an arrest for
DUI; however, you are not required to submit to
field sobriety tests prior to your arrest. Both failing and refusing breath & blood tests
are grounds to suspend a person's license, although refusal entails
a more lengthy suspension. If you have refused a breath or blood test,
it is imperative that you contact the firm immediately so that they can
formally request a hearing to save your driving privileges. If you have
submitted to a chemical test and failed, do not despair! Errors occur
in blood testing, and the attorneys at the Law Offices of Scott Henry
will seek to dispute the test results and have the charges against you
dismissed or reduced.
To retain a law firm experienced in aggressive DUI defense,
contact a Riverside DUI lawyer