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Do you feel helpless because you REFUSED or FAILED an Alabama DUI breath test?

 

To take a breath test or to not take a breath test...that is the question. Unfortunately there is no universal answer to this question that takes into account each individual situation that a suspected drunk driver may find him or herself in. At the Kreps Law Firm, LLC our Alabama breath test attorneys have represented many clients who have been charged with a DUI / DWI after taking a breath test and registering a blood alcohol content (BAC) level above the Alabama legal limit, .08g/210 L. Click here to see the excellent results we have earned for our clients, even when the Alabama breath test results exceed the legal limit.

 

Are you confused about your legal rights regarding breath tests?

 

The listings below are just some of the factors that one should take into account when deciding whether or not to take a breath test. A member of our legal team can discuss these facets of a Alabama DUI charge case with you further during a free consultation at our office.

 

    • A refusal to take a breath test requested by a police officer may become admissible in court as                      consciousness of  your guilt.          

    • Refusal or failed field sobriety test may also result in the immediate suspension of your license.
    • Other components of the validity of the breath test such as an illegal police stop may render the results of        the breathalyzer test inadmissible in court.  
    • Situations where alcohol remains in an individual's mouth in some form (whether it is from cold medicine,        alcoholic beverages, mouthwash, or some breath freshening sprays) may result in false positive breath            tests.
    • If you have not had any alcohol to drink and are asked to take a test, it should be completed upon                  request.


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Contact an Alabama breath test attorney at the Kreps Law Firm, LLC today. Our Birmingham DUI lawyers keep your best interests in mind throughout the entirety of your case. Though you may lose your license if you have refused a breath test, our firm works hard to regain your driving privileges and pursue a resolution to the DUI charges that may be pending against you.

 

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