Arizona DUI: Request an Independent Blood Test for Blood Alcohol Content
Have you ever wondered what you would do if you were pulled over for a suspected Arizona DUI? You probably understand that a DUI can come with life-changing consequences. A DUI can affect your future employment, as well as your family life. That’s why it is important that you understand your rights when it comes to blood alcohol content testing.
Police Will Check Your BAC
If a police officer suspects that you have been driving while under the influence, he or she will attempt to determine your blood alcohol content (BAC). The results will help the officer determine if you have broken any laws.
Types of BAC Tests
Police will typically use the following techniques to check your BAC:
- Blood test
- Urine test
- Breath test
You Have the Right to an Independent BAC Test
After the police have administered a BAC test, you have the right to obtain your own independent blood test. Once the officer has performed a BAC test on you, you should immediately request to be released so that you can obtain your own independent BAC test. This could drastically help your case.
You can learn more about your DUI case by ordering our free book, DUI’s in Arizona – What You Must Know.
If you have been accused of an Arizona DUI, contact an experienced Phoenix criminal defense attorney at the law firm of Curry, Pearson & Wooten, PLC by calling 602-258-1000 or toll free at 1-888-9AZLAWCOM (888-929-5292).
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