HELPING YOU CHALLENGE YOU BAC TEST
After you are arrested for DWI in Texas, police will offer you a breath test or blood test. If you refuse a breath test or blood test, police may obtain a blood draw warrant in order to forcibly test your blood alcohol level. The police must have demonstrated probable cause for the blood test warrant in order to uphold the evidence in court.
At Daniel, Moore, Evans, Biggs, Decker, and Smid, we provide powerful defense representation for people who have been arrested for drunk driving and made to submit to a blood draw after a Breathalyzer refusal or blood test refusal. We know when to challenge the results. We will stand up for your rights.
Was Your Blood Test Positive?
A blood test that shows over the legal limit of blood alcohol content (BAC) is not necessarily proof of guilt. The state must first prove that:
- The police had probable cause to obtain a warrant for the blood draw
- The BAC was over the legal limit at the time of driving
- Proper procedures were followed in obtaining and testing the blood
Our defense attorneys are highly experienced in this area of law. We understand what it takes for the state to put together a solid case that proves guilt beyond a reasonable doubt. We use this insight to anticipate tactics and strategies and prepare counterattacks at every stage of the process.
A conviction for driving while intoxicated can result in a suspended license, jail time, fines, probation and may even affect your employment. We understand the seriousness of these consequences and are committed to obtaining the best possible outcome on your behalf. If you were forced to submit to a blood draw after a breath test refusal or blood test refusal, know that our attorneys will work hard to help you defend yourself against these allegations.