Being arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol is one of the most difficult experiences a person can experience. Besides being arrested, you can lose your driver’s license.

To protect your reputation, you’re driving privileges, and not return to prison, it is important that you contact a professional criminal defense attorney as soon as possible. The lawyer must have knowledge and experience with respect to laws and regulations of a DUI and DMV (Department of Motor Vehicles in California) to defend their rights under California law.

If you deviated driving, have red eyes, speech slurring, or the smell of alcohol on the breath, in California you can still be charged with driving under the influence. If you had a BAC (the blood alcohol content) of 0.08% or higher, he would be arrested for DUI. In addition, the police have the right to stop if they suspect you are under the influence, despite spending sobriety tests. Not all DUI cases are equal.

There is no doubt that the analysis of the breath or blood to determine if a driver is under the influence of alcoholic beverages is one of the most widely accepted mechanisms nationally. However, sometimes the police do make mistakes or undue interference in the process to and during detention to the same embodiment of breath and blood tests. These processes, although seemingly simple, are inherently complex and are regulated.

Sometimes a shift in procedures could benefit the accused. It also sometimes happens that the used machine to take breath tests is defective or poorly calibrated throwing very high when the test results, it was taken as a result of multiple factors. These situations may result in some cases in favor of the accused determinations.