Challenging Breathalyzer Results

Breath tests, blood tests and urine tests can all be used in bringing DUI/DWI charges. If you refuse a breath test or other type of test used to indicate intoxication level, you risk immediate revocation of your license and other consequences.

I am attorney Broocks Greer of Broocks Greer, Attorney at Law, LLC, and I represent clients throughout Louisiana who have been charged with DUI/DWI/OWI. I take an active, straightforward approach to representing clients and work to achieve the best possible results.

Over the past 40 years I have gained particular knowledge regarding drunk driving laws in Louisiana. I have helped countless clients fight drunk driving charges including challenges to Breathalyzer results. You can trust that I will use the resources at hand to help win your case.

Challenging Breathalyzer Results

In Louisiana, the breath analyzer that is used is called the Intoxilyzer 5000. A specific ratio is used in the breath-to-blood alcohol level to determine a blood alcohol content (BAC) level. This ratio, in some instances, can be upset by factors, such as belching, which increase the amount of breath alcohol.

Challenging the accuracy of these tests may be an effective defense strategy that can be used if your lawyer understands the specific test and how it's used. I have in-depth knowledge of Louisiana Breathalyzer tests and will use my knowledge to fully protect your rights.

Breathalyzer Refusal Attorney In Shreveport

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