Blood and breathalyzer tests are often used as evidence in jury trials for a person charged with driving while intoxicated (DWI)
in Texas. According to Texas Penal Code § 49.01, alcohol concentration refers to how many grams of alcohol there are for every 67 ml of urine, 100 ml of blood, or 210 liters of breath. The tests that are used to measure these, particularly roadside tests, are often used to convict people –despite the potential flaws in their design and administration.
Fortunately, our DWI / DUI attorney
understand how to challenge breath and blood tests. Robin McCarty was a former police officer and former prosecutor, and he knows how to identify and expose mistakes made in breath and blood alcohol testing to the benefit of his clients. If errors or procedural violations here made in any aspect of chemical testing, our team will work to make sure this is known. We will take action to fight for your rights.
“Failed” breath or blood test? Contact our firm at (972) 775-2100 for the aggressive defense you deserve. Your initial consultation is free.