DUI Chemical Tests

Recent Posts in DUI Chemical Tests

  • 18-May-2018

    Disputing the Accuracy of Breath and Blood Tests

    The majority of DUI investigations hinge on the results of either a breath or blood test after an arrest. While slurred speech and failed sobriety tests can provide the evidence the court needs to secure a conviction, the amount of alcohol in the ...
  • 27-Oct-2017

    Out-of-State DUI: Important Next Steps

    Drivers from all across the country come to Los Angeles and the state of California for the beautiful beaches, excellent dining scene and vibrant nightlife. Unfortunately, one too many drinks at a bar can lead to getting pulled over by police. As an ...
  • 18-Oct-2017

    Can I Be Charged with Marijuana DUI if I Have a Prescription?

    Although recreational marijuana is legal in California for residents over the age of 21, there are still restrictions involving the use of it while driving, even if you have a prescription. According to California law, in order to be convicted of a ...
  • 12-Oct-2017

    Do I Have to Submit to a Field Sobriety Test if I'm Pulled Over?

    In the state of California, field sobriety tests are a way for police officers to observe the balance, physical ability and attention level of a person whose been pulled over on suspicion of drunk driving. Officers typically record these field ...
  • 29-Jun-2016

    An Overview of BAC Tests in California DUI Cases

    In the state of California, when a person is arrested under suspicion of driving under the influence (DUI) , they will be asked to submit to a breath, blood, or urine test to determine their blood alcohol concentration (BAC). These tests are ...