Yes, there are many ways to challenge the breath test results. An attorney can identify problems by making a close examination of the facts in your case.

These challenges may be based on problems such as:

  • The failure of law enforcement officers to follow mandatory procedure when administering the test, including advising you of your rights in writing and allowing for a 20-minute pre-test waiting period
  • The person who administered the test lacking necessary qualifications
  • The breathalyzer device used for the test being out of maintenance
  • Circumstances indicating that the test gave a false reading.

Keep in mind that the criminal defense attorneys of Harrison, White, Smith & Coggins have decades of combined experience in representing those charged with DUI or DUAC in South Carolina and know the ins and outs of all breath, blood and urine testing procedures that are involved in these cases. In fact, a member of our team actually spent several years working in law enforcement before he became an attorney.

We can conduct a thorough review of your case and identify any weaknesses or problems in the prosecution’s case that will aid in your defense.

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