Blood Alcohol Content & DUI
Your blood alcohol content, or BAC, is one of the most important pieces of evidence in a DUI.
The amount of alcohol in your blood is measured by some kind of test – using breath, blood, saliva or urine. These tests are typically conducted when you are pulled over on the suspicion of drinking and driving.
If you've been pulled over on suspicion of drinking and driving, fill out the form on this page. We'll connect you with a local DUI attorney in your area to have your case evaluated for free.
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Consult a DUI Attorney about Your BAC Results
If you have been arrested for drinking and driving and are concerned about the results from your BAC test, speak to a local DUI attorney.
Depending on the circumstances of your DUI case, a DUI attorney can advise you on how to handle or possibly challenge your BAC test results.
Receive a free case evaluation with a local sponsoring DUI lawyer today by filling out a free DUI case evaluation form or calling 877-349-1311.