It is becoming more common for police officers to request a blood test when they are investigation you for DUI alcohol or drugs. This is due to the government’s belief that blood is the most accurate way to determine your level of intoxication. The results of the blood test will be used to determine what charges, if any, you could receive. A high result of a blood test is not a conviction. These tests can be impacted by factors such as prescription drugs, improper techniques used to collect a sample of your blood, or diseases, just to name a few. A specialized DUI attorney will know to investigate all aspects of a DUI arrest to find the best defense in your case. An arrest is not a conviction.
If you are facing DUI charges, speak to an experienced DUI defense attorney today at 1-844-TEAM-DUI (1-844-832-6384) or contact Georgia DUI defense lawyer Chris Schneider directly.
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