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  • How to Challenge a Breathalyzer Test Result
    How to Challenge a Breathalyzer Test Result

    In the state of California, it is illegal to operate a motor vehicle with a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) or 0.08% or higher. In order to prove a motorist is driving under the influence, a police ...

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  • Why It’s Important to Understand Your Rights at a DUI Stop
    Why It’s Important to Understand Your Rights at a DUI Stop

    Know Your Rights at DUI Stop If the police think alcohol or drugs are involved, a traffic stop can be anything but routine, and it can have serious consequences for your driving and criminal records ...

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  • Can I Be Arrested for DUI if I Blow 0.0%?
    Can I Be Arrested for DUI if I Blow 0.0%?

    In a bizarre incident in Austin, Texas in 2013, a driver was arrested for DWI (driving while intoxicated, the Texas equivalent of DUI) after a breath test result of just 0.0%. The driver fought his ...

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  • Can Mouthwash Throw Off a Breath Test?
    Can Mouthwash Throw Off a Breath Test?

    After a person is pulled over on suspicion of driving under the influence (DUI), generally the police officer will ask the driver to perform the field sobriety tests. Since these tests are hard for ...

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  • Can a Chemical Test Be Challenged?
    Can a Chemical Test Be Challenged?

    In California, the crime of driving under the influence of drugs and alcohol is covered under Section 23152 of the California Vehicle Code. Sec. 23152 goes over several things, including driving with ...

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  • Truth About Chemical Test Refusals
    Truth About Chemical Test Refusals

    Chemical tests in the form of blood, breath or urine tests are mandated by state law and are used to determine whether or not a person is legally intoxicated under Section 23152 of the California ...

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