DUI Test Georgia
After you have been pulled over and arrested for drinking and driving, you will be brought back to the police station for the official DUI test. In some cases, it may be administered on a mobile unit. Once the test has been performed, you can ask the officer to take you to a nearby hospital for an independent blood test. The officer then has the duty to reasonably accommodate your request.
If you do not have money on you, you can ask the officer to transport you to an ATM in order to get cash for the test. You may also ask to call a friend or relative to help you pay for it. In many cases, the officer will reasonably accommodate you. If the officer does not honor your request for an independent one, an attorney may use this refusal to get your initial test thrown out.
Even if you have failed a DUI test in Georgia, successfully fighting your case is still possible. Breathalyzer results can be affected by a number of things, such as medical conditions, poor or improper maintenance, and improper administration. Our law firm is backed by a team of experienced toxicologists and DUI investigators who can look at the results and determine if the reading is flawed.
At Head, Thomas, Webb and Willis, we help people all over the state who have been accused of impaired driving. Available 24/7 by phone to offer advice, we offer affordable rates and accept all major credit cards.
For more information how we can help defend your case in Georgia, please submit your case information or call our phone number for a FREE consultation. We also offer a FREE copy of The DUI Book and a FREE license appeal letter to fight your immediate license suspension.
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