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Breath and Blood Tests in Ocala DUI Cases

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In the State of Florida you are required to submit to a breath or blood test if police have reason to believe that you have been driving under the influence. This is because Florida is an implied consent state meaning that if you are a driver, you consent to taking a BAC test. If you choose to refuse, your license will automatically be suspended for one year. An Ocala DUI attorney may be able to assist you in overcoming the penalties administered by DUI law. There are many successful DUI defense strategies regardless of the blood and Breathalyzer test results.

In many cases it has been found that breath and blood test results were entirely inaccurate. Without breath or blood test evidence to rely on, the court is left with little evidence to prosecute. Many people believe that if they took a blood test, they will automatically be prosecuted but this could not be further from the truth. There are a variety of errors that have been found in the case of blood testing from the police officer that administered it all the way to the lab that tested it. The same is true of breath testing. In some cases the unit used to test the BAC level had been improperly calibrated, had a history of faulty readings, or the test was administered improperly.

About Breath and Blood Tests

Breathalyzer tests are less accurate than blood tests, but even blood testing evidence can be inaccurate. Hospitals routinely do multiple tests, as any testing has an inherent margin of error. Our attorneys have assisted those who had been given a faulty Breathalyzer test to get their charges dropped. Clients come to us because they know we have the resources and background to fight to successfully challenge the evidence in their DUI case. We are effective and energetic in defending our clients, and may be able to start assisting you immediately. At Kinsell Law Firm, we are determined to protect our clients' rights and assist them in reducing the damage after a DUI arrest. Don't make the mistake of proceeding without a qualified attorney.

Contact an Ocala DUI lawyer from our firm today if you have been charged with a DUI and would like more information on your breath or blood test.

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