Requesting a BAC Blood Test

Criminal Legal Help in Albuquerque, NM

While you are required by law to submit to breath tests, you may also request a blood test to challenge the accuracy of the breath tests. From the moment you are suspected of driving drunk, the criminal defense attorneys at the Law Office of Mark Keller can help determine if you should take a blood test.

Implied Consent Chemical Tests

Under the Implied Consent Act, drivers are legally required to submit to a blood or a breath test if an officer believes that they are driving under the influence. It is at the officer’s discretion, not the driver’s, to decide if a blood or breath test is appropriate.

As a licensed driver, you have the right to request an independent blood test in the place of a breathalyzer to determine your BAC accurately.

By calling an experienced criminal defense attorney at the Law Office of Mark Keller right away, you can get the criminal legal help you need to determine the best chemical test to take. Our DUI/DWI attorneys can quickly assess factors that could affect your test, such as:

  • Health problems
  • Amount of alcohol consumed
  • Amount of time since your last drink
  • Presence of any drugs in your system

By discussing these details and the circumstances of your arrest, our experienced DUI/DWI attorneys can give you the best possible legal advice before you take a chemical test.

Contact Our Experienced DUI/DWI Attorneys

Before you submit to a blood test, it is important to consult a criminal defense attorney that is committed to protecting your rights. The Law Office of Mark Keller provides the immediate criminal legal help you need when you are facing DWI/DUI charges. Contact us today and learn how we can help you fight your DWI/DUI with aggressive legal defense.

Were you offered a blood test? Your rights may have been violated. Contact our Albuquerque attorneys today: (505) 842-1440.

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