Many people falsely assume that a breathalyzer is some sort of infallible device that can do no wrong and that can never be inaccurate. Even courts and police officers will make this assumption despite there being a history of rulings, motions and legal actions that can invalidate breathalyzer results.
Unfortunately, the breathalyzer’s reputation as a mystical, never-fail device causes some DUI in Pennsylvania suspects to neglect their right to defend their case. Rather than pursuing potential actions that could rightfully exclude invalid breathalyzer evidence or generally help reduce the charges they face, DUI suspects simply give up.
Do not make this mistake. Educate yourself on the nature of breathalyzers, why their evidence could be potentially inadmissible and how experienced DUI attorneys could argue for your rights and increase your chances of having charges lessened or dropped entirely.
Breathalyzers Do Not Measure BAC
One of the most common misconceptions about breathalyzers is that they directly measure the Blood Alcohol Content, or BAC.… Read More