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Fight The Consequences Of Blood And Breath Test Refusal

When you are pulled over for drunk driving, you will be asked to take a Breathalyzer or Intoxilyzer breath test. This test can be a Catch-22 because whether you take the test and fail or you refuse to take the test, you risk losing your driving license.

Understanding The Consequences Of Refusing A Breath Or Blood Test

If you were pulled over and refused to take the breath or blood test, or failed the test and were charged with DUI or DWI in the Dallas-Fort Worth area call me, attorney Sally Goodman.

DWI/DUI justice has become almost a puzzle in Texas courts. There are multiple types of tests that can be used in these cases, and each test has different requirements that must be met in order to be allowed in court. When you are arrested you may be asked to take a blood or breath test. Blood tests can be used to locate the presence of alcohol or other drugs. Even in cases where you are acquitted of a DWI/DUI, you may still have your license suspended for a breath and/or blood test refusal.

There Is ALWAYS A Strong Defense Strategy For DWI

If you did decide to take a breath or blood test, I am still ready to provide the effective legal defense you need. Remember, no matter how the evidence appears, there is always an effective defense strategy and you are still innocent until proven guilty.

With more than 30 years of criminal defense experience, I have seen how these tests can be faulty or improperly used.

I will review all evidence in your case and will ask tough questions such as:

  • Did the field sobriety tests comply with required standards?
  • Did the state keep a second blood sample for retesting?
  • Was the Breathalyzer working correctly?
  • Did a licensed technician operate the Breathalyzer?

Dallas DWI Defense Attorney

When you face DWI/DUI charges, a lot is at stake. Your ability to get around or even get to your job may be severely hampered in addition to heavy fines and limitations on your day-to-day activities. In some cases, you may also face jail time. I care about your rights and will fight to get you the best possible outcome for your charges.

Call me right away at 469-709-1573 or use the online form to schedule your first meeting to discuss the circumstances of your DWI charges. Se Habla Español.