Blood Alcohol Concentration
Michigan DUI Attorney
A person's blood alcohol concentration (BAC), the level of alcohol in his or her breath or blood, is a key part of any DUI or OWI case. Most often, a breath test or blood test will be administered in order to determine a driver's blood alcohol concentration. A driver may not operate a motor vehicle with a BAC of .08% or greater. The limit may be lower if the driver is under the age of 21 or operates a commercial vehicle.
Our Michigan DUI lawyer at Freedman Law Group is experienced in representing clients facing DUI or OWI charges based off unlawful blood alcohol concentrations. Our firm offers legal services to clients throughout Michigan. We understand how to utilize our legal knowledge in creating effective defense strategies even in the face of failed blood, breath or urine tests. When you work with a
Michigan criminal defense lawyer at our office, we will investigate all aspects of your chemical testing in order to determine where it may have gone wrong and in what way we can use this to your benefit.
Challenging Breath and Blood Tests
There are numerous ways that a reported blood alcohol concentration may be inaccurate:
- Improperly performed breath test or blood test
- Testing conducted by untrained or unqualified personnel
- Mishandled blood sample
- Breath test device improperly calibrated or not maintained as per state standards
- Interference with the breath test
Learn more about challenging breath and blood tests in relation to your DUI or OWI. At Freedman Law Group, we offer a free consultation. You will have the opportunity to talk to an experienced and compassionate Michigan OWI attorney about your blood alcohol concentration results and your criminal charges. We can then determine how we can help you.
Contact a Michigan OWI lawyer from our office to get started!