DWI Blood Tests
If you are pulled over in New York City under suspicion of drunk driving, you may be subjected to a variety of field sobriety tests. You are always allowed to refuse a breath or chemical test, but it is probably not in your best interest. Here is some important information on DWI blood tests and other BAC exams.
DWI Blood Tests | Disputing a Chemical Test
In New York State, the police are permitted to request that a motorist provide blood in order to test for alcohol. There are several people authorized by law to draw blood for the purpose of testing for alcohol or drug content.
If you have given blood after a DWI stop, contact New York DWI lawyer Carl Spector for strong legal defense in challenging the results of the DWI blood testing.
These are typically some of the challenges we’ll put forth for you:
- Was the blood drawn by an authorized person?
- Was the blood drawn in a medically acceptable manner?
- Was the blood sample preserved properly prior to testing?
- Was the laboratory technician that performed the tests on the samples qualified to do so?
- Was the equipment used to test the blood sample certified and in proper working order?
- Will the prosecution bring into court to testify at your trial the person that drew the blood?
- Will the prosecution bring in to court to testify at your trial the person that tested the blood?
These are just some of the questions that should be asked regarding DWI blood test results obtained after a DWI arrest. Attorney Carl Spector will ask these questions, and others, to ensure you get the professional defense you deserve for your DWI case.
If you have any questions about DWI blood tests and are seeking strong legal defense, contact experienced New York DWI lawyer Carl Spector today for a free consultation. Let his 30 years of experience and successful results work for you.