Oakland County DUI/OWI Attorney
Defending Against Breath & Blood Tests
One of the many ways that law enforcement will verify that a driver is
indeed operating under the influence of alcohol in a case of suspected
DUI/OWI, is by administering a breath or blood test. These are done to check the
blood alcohol concentration (BAC) of the driver. In the state of Michigan,
it is law the all drivers must consent to these tests if they have been
arrested for drunk driving or drug driving, and a test refusal will often
lead to criminal penalties and driving privilege suspension, also known
as “Implied Consent Violation.”
After a refusal of the breath test, the officer must provide you with a
temporary permit “paper license” so that you can drive for
14 days and rights to file an appeal. This appeal must be taken within
14 days from the date of your arrest. In most cases, it is usually a good
idea to file the appeal. You should
contact a DUI Attorney immediately after your release from jail to help you fight to keep your driver’s license and advise
you what steps to take.
Why Hire a DUI Attorney?
Just because you have failed a breath and blood test does not mean that
it result in a OWI or DUI conviction. Attorney Daniel D. Hajji has seen first-hand
how these tests can be inaccurate and faulty, and he is uniquely equipped
to assist you at combating these charges made against you. By exhaustively
researching your case, meticulously preparing and aggressively pursuing
your optimum outcome, you can be confident that he will leave no stone
unturned in handling your DUI case. If you choose to work with him, you
can breathe easier knowing that your future is in completely trustworthy hands.
Have you failed a breath or blood test? Don't hesitate!
today to help combat the charges held against you.