Blood Tests - Barclay Law, LLC Explains This DUI Test in Alabama
Alabama blood test lawyer John Michael Barclay fights for clients' rights in DUI cases
Drivers stopped for suspicion of driving under the influence of alcohol will often be asked to take one of three tests in Alabama to determine their blood alcohol concentration (BAC): blood test, breath test and/or urine test.
Alabama officials must adhere to strict guidelines when administering the BAC blood test and while storing the evidence. Failure to do so could result in a blood test being deemed inadmissible in court.
Attorney John Michael Barclay understands all these rules and regulations. We know how to determine if a blood test was given correctly and know how to challenge such tests in court. That's why we have such a strong track record of success at Barclay Law, LLC of Birmingham, AL. In case after case, we routinely help people get their DUI charge dismissed and get their lives back on track.
"Can I refuse to take a blood test if I'm stopped for drunk driving in Alabama?"
Knowing what to do when stopped for DUI can be very confusing. Many people assume they have to take a DUI blood test if a police officer orders them to do so. That's not true. You can refuse to take a blood test. However, if you do refuse to take this type of BAC test - as well as a breath test or urine test - your driver's license could be suspended for a minimum of 90 days and you will be arrested.
Such options might sound bleak. Don't give up hope. As an experienced DUI law firm in Alabama, our office knows how to handle such cases from start to finish. We know how to gather evidence. We know how to analyze police reports and all the evidence the prosecution will use in their attempt to convict you. We routinely consult with experts in their field. And we're not afraid to go into any courtroom in Alabama. No matter how serious your DUI charge might seem, we can help.
Take back control. Contact us. We can help. Case results matter here
Don't underestimate the seriousness of your legal problems. Contact Barclay Law, LLC. We can help. We have the experience and knowledge you need to successfully resolve your case. This may be your only opportunity for justice. Seize it! Contact us today. Call 866-584-1023 or fill out our online inquiry form and schedule a free consultation. Remember, you must take legal action within 10 days of your arrest to keep your driver's license. Otherwise, your driver's license could be suspended.
Barclay Law, LLC proudly serves clients throughout the state of Alabama, including the cities of Birmingham, Tuscaloosa, Auburn and Mobile, as well as Shelby County, AL and the Gulf Shores. Wherever you are, whatever legal issue you're dealing with, contact Attorney John Michael Barclay right now.