Bloomfield Breath and Blood Test Attorney
Breath and Blood Tests
In many DUI/OWI cases, breath and blood tests play a large part. If a driver refuses a breath or blood test after an arrest, he or she can have driving privileges revoked for a year. If you or a loved one has been arrested for a DUI, a breath or blood test will most likely be the most important piece of evidence against you. If you refused the test, a
Bloomfield DUI attorney may be able to help you retain your driving privileges. In addition, if you have failed a breath or blood test, there is a chance that the test was not done properly or the sample taken was not handled correctly. In such a case it is imperative to have a highly skilled attorney by your side to demonstrate the errors present in the breath or blood tests. Our firm has been addressing the important issue of breath and blood tests for over ten years.
Attorney Daniel Hajji has helped many professionals in danger of losing their license due to the ramifications of an OWI/DUI. He understands what is at stake when you lose your professional license and does everything in his power to protect clients from these negative consequences.
Breath and Blood Test Lawyer serving Troy and Novi
Breath and blood tests play an important role in the conviction of a DUI and a highly skilled and experienced attorney may be able to demonstrate to the court that the test outcome is inconclusive or incorrect. In such a case, the prosecution will have little to go off of without the evidence needed to convict. Our attorneys understand that the results of a breath and blood test are often inaccurate and both tests are often administered by people with little training. In addition to errors being made in the administration of the test, certain health issues can affect the results of the test. In some cases, the equipment being used for the test is actually not in working order. Speak with an attorney from our firm today in order to find out your best course of action.
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