You need to know what a DUI charge will mean for you. If you have been arrested for a DUI, your blood alcohol content (BAC) will be extremely important.  Just because you were arrested for DUI, doesn’t mean it’s over.

Mr. Iyer will fight for you. Mr. Iyer will examine all the evidence, including the BAC,  in order to determine if the DA can successfully prosecute you if you are charged with a DUI. But if you have Attorney V Iyer from the Iyer Law Office representing you, he understands DUI law and can explain the procedures to you, starting with the blood alcohol content test.  The blood alcohol content (BAC) is an extremely crucial part of your DUI charge. If you are charged with a DUI, you need to ask your attorney about the blood alcohol content and the part it plays in your case. But V Iyer knows these strategies and can help you present your best case. If the chemical test is given too long after your vehicle was stopped, the BAC evidence may not be allowed to be used against you. It is not always as simple as the police want to think it is. Colorado DUI law gives your defense lawyer the right to obtain and retest your breath or blood sample. This is critical for your case. The equipment used to test your blood alcohol content (BAC) is not always accurate. The machines they use often have errors, and sometimes they are not maintained properly. The officer that gives the test can make mistakes in following the proper procedure. If retesting your sample produces a result that is very different from your result at the police station, this will question the reliability of their test. This can benefit your case.

Your blood alcohol content is only relevant while you are driving the vehicle, not prior to or after operating the vehicle. Because alcohol takes time to absorb into your blood, your pattern of drinking on the day that you are pulled over may raise doubts about whether the test is valid. This means that if the officer does not save and properly preserve your sample so that you may retest it, the BAC evidence may be thrown out as evidence if you are charged with a DUI.  If you are charged with a DUI, get a hold of the Iyer Law Office as soon as you can to explain what happened. Attorney Iyer can discuss the BAC test and talk to you about your blood alcohol test results and other successful defense strategies that may help your case.  If it is after office hours, simply fill out the Iyer law firm’s online form so that Attorney V Iyer can be informed of your circumstances and quickly get back to you.