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About Blood Tests

In most situations involving the acquisition of a driver's blood alcohol content (BAC), law enforcement officers resort to taking a breathalyzer test. Due to the possible unreliability of breathalyzer tests and the fact that DUI offenders may be under the influence of drugs as well as alcohol, officers have been turning to blood testing in many cases. Blood tests are not only more accurate than breath tests; they also measure the levels of other substances such as marijuana or other drugs in the bloodstream.

Like all tests, a driver must give full consent in order for a blood test to be administered and they must have probable cause to suspect you of DUI. An officer may also take a blood test if you have injured another individual as a result of your possible intoxication. If police officers do not receive consent from a potential DUI offender or if the officer does not follow proper procedures, any evidence gathered from a blood test may be thrown out in court. If you have been administered a blood test or refused to participate, contact a Boulder DUI lawyer without delay.

Defending Your Rights in Boulder

At Lancaster Law Office we know the procedures a law enforcement officer must follow in order to legally perform a blood test. We also know your rights and will vigorously defend you when your rights have been violated an will be there for you in court to ensure your rights do not get violated further. Your best defense in these situations is to hire an attorney with a solid track record of experience defending DUI cases. Our attorneys have years of in court experience handling all aspects of DUI cases, including those cases that will require blood test evidence, testing and lab procedures. Do not hesitate to contact one of our attorneys; your future could depend on it and it is possible that your case has viable defense opportunities that can be identified after a review of all the aspects of your case.

Contact a Boulder blood test lawyer if you have allegedly failed a blood test.

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