BAC Level and DUI
When an individual is arrested for a DUI, his or her BAC level will be tested either through a blood or breath test. These tests are often prone to errors and in many cases have been found to be unreliable. With the help of a
Bloomfield DUI attorney, you will have a far better chance of defending yourself from DUI charges. In the case of a faulty breath or blood test, the charges may be dropped due to lack of evidence. If you would like to find out how you can avoid serious penalties and possibly a conviction, call our firm today.
In Michigan, it is illegal to drive with a BAC level of .08 percent or more. For a driver under the age of 21 or the driver of a commercial vehicle, the BAC amount does not need to be .08 percent in order to be charged with a DUI. Our firm has helped many clients to overcome DUI charges when there BAC level was allegedly .08 percent or higher. We thoroughly utilize our legal knowledge and extensive experience in order to challenge these serious charges. If you are a professional and have a license as a nurse, doctor, dentist or other professional, we can fight for you. We understand how threatening a DUI can be to someone who is soon to be working as a professional or someone who already owns a professional license. We have helped many to avoid a suspension of their license that could harm their future opportunities. Please call our firm today if you have any questions at all regarding your DUI case, we are here to assist you.
DUI Lawyer serving Troy and Novi
Our experienced attorneys have helped many who were facing repercussions from an alleged BAC of .08 percent or higher. We have found that in many cases, the equipment upon which our client's BAC level was tested was often faulty. This in turn produced faulty results which would incriminate our clients.
Contact a Bloomfield Township DUI Attorney
today if you have been arrested for a DUI.