Under the Tennessee implied consent law, an officer may request that you submit to a chemical test of your blood, breath or urine to determine your blood alcohol content. Of these three, the blood test is generally considered to be the most accurate, and thus the most difficult to dispute. However, a knowledgeable attorney will know all the avenues to consider when defending you against the results of a DUI blood test.
Tennessee law is very specific about the manner in which a blood sample is drawn, who may draw it, and how it must be stored and shipped to the lab. The blood sample also must follow a strict chain of custody protocol; otherwise, the results could be null and void.
A seasoned attorney will know what to look for when reviewing the results of the blood test, including whether the results were rounded up. If your BAC was not 0.08 or higher, you may not be charged with DUI per se.
Marcos Garza, a Knoxville-based DUI attorney, has taken numerous forensic science courses for the very purpose of helping clients facing DUI charges. He is extremely knowledgeable in field sobriety testing, as well as blood, breath and urine testing procedures and protocols.
Mr. Garza is also experienced in DUI court trials across the state of Tennessee, having helped several thousand clients obtain favorable outcomes in their Tennessee DUI cases.
If you have been charged with DUI and submitted a blood sample for testing, Mr. Garza may call into question the manner in which the blood was drawn, the storage of the sample, possible means of contamination of the sample, actual testing of the sample and the chain of custody involved in handling the sample.
Call the Garza Law Firm at (888) 680-7554 to schedule a free consultation. Mr. Garza will sit down with you and review the details of your case, including blood sampling procedures that were performed. Mr. Garza is highly experienced and ready to help you obtain the best possible outcome in your DUI case.
If you have been charged with DUI, time is of the essence; call (888) 680-7554 today to schedule your free consultation.
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