DUI Blood Alcohol Tests are considered the most accurate way to determine the blood alcohol concentration (BAC) of a driver who is suspected of driving while impaired. If you hold a Tennessee drivers license, Tennessee law requires you to submit to any chemical testing, including blood tests, if a law enforcement officer has reason to suspect you may be driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
The following chart shows the blood alcohol content percentages at which it is illegal for a person to drive a motorized vehicle in the state of Tennessee.
Although blood tests are considered to be the most precise form of testing for blood alcohol concentration (BAC), these tests are not always 100% accurate. Therefore, there are many regulations that are legally followed when the tests are administered, as well as regulations about how the blood must be handled and stored. DUI defense attorneys, at Wilson & Bradley Law Firm in Murfreesboro, know about these regulations and have handled cases where blood alcohol results were involved. A skilled defense attorney knows the right questions to ask and can conduct independent investigations to ensure your rights are upheld.
If you or someone you know is charged with driving under the influence (DUI), the prosecution will want a quick conviction.
Results of your DUI blood alcohol test can be a pivotal piece of evidence against you, but a knowledgeable and experienced DUI attorney can shed light on evidence that can discredit the results of your test. It is important to contact a DUI defense lawyer, Howard Wilson or Susan Bradley, as soon as possible.
DUI is a serious crime with mandatory jail time if convicted.
Call Wilson & Bradley today at (615) 895-0030 to schedule your free DUI consultation by an experienced Murfreesboro DUI Defense Attorney at Wilson & Bradley.
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