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Idaho Breathalyzer and Field Sobriety Test Attorney

To help them gather the timely evidence they need when police officers suspect someone is driving under the influence of alcohol, they often administer field sobriety tests and Breathalyzer tests to determine if drivers are intoxicated. Field sobriety tests are often difficult, consisting of tasks many drivers could not complete even when sober. Being stopped by the police can be an intimidating experience and nervousness can often be misinterpreted as intoxication.

If you have been arrested for DUI and given tests to determine your control or blood alcohol content (BAC), contact Martens Law Office today to arrange a free initial consultation. Experienced attorney Jared Martens will investigate your case, examining the validity of your traffic stop and the tests that were administered.

Questions Need to Be Answered

If you have been stopped for suspicion of DUI and subjected to Breathalyzer or field sobriety tests, you need an experienced criminal defense attorney to help you determine if your rights were respected. Attorney Jared Martens will seek answers to the following questions:

  • Were your rights read to you?
  • Were all tests properly administered?
  • Were your tests taped for evidence?
  • Could a reasonable, sober person pass the test?

Learn About Your Legal Options by Speaking With an Experienced Attorney

Idaho police have begun using mobile Breathalyzers, allowing them to accurately test suspected drunk drivers on the side of the road. Refusal to take the test could lead to a fine of $250 and seizure of his or her driver's license for a minimum of one year absolute. If you refuse a Breathalyzer test, in certain serious situations, police are permitted to draw your blood against your will for BAC testing.

Contact a knowledgeable lawyer to find out your legal options.

Don't lose your license based on faulty evidence. You need an experienced criminal defense attorney to help ensure your rights have not been violated. Contact Martens Law Office today to arrange a free initial consultation.

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