Thursday, October 29, 2015
Most DUI investigations involve testing for a suspect’s blood alcohol content (BAC), either by drawing blood or conducting a breath test. These tests, however, aren’t immune to certain issues. Many believe that once a BAC test is conducted and the results presented, the latter is considered as highly accurate and not subject to be contested. This is a misconception. To understand what it means to challenge a BAC test with a reliable DUI attorney from Kent or elsewhere, it helps to delve deep into the inner workings of the two major testing methods: the Breathalyzer test and the blood draw.