Bucks County DUI Tests Lawyer
Located in Doylestown and Langhorne, Pennsylvania | Bucks County DUI Lawyer
There are a variety of tests given by the police when they suspect you are driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol. To be valid, these tests must be administered properly. Additionally, the machines used in these tests must be calibrated correctly. When there are questions about the administration of a blood alcohol content (BAC) test, it is important to have a seasoned Bucks County DUI defense lawyer to explore the legal issues associated with DUI testing.
At the Law Offices of Richard R. Fink, our attorney is highly experienced, with a background which includes being the Chief Public Defender in Bucks County for seven years. He has the knowledge and awareness to explore your options if you refused a test or if you are thinking about refusing a test. He has advised clients on the phone after they were stopped by the police — even while the officer was waiting to administer a test!
Experienced, with a widely-known reputation as a highly-regarded criminal defense lawyer, Richard R. Fink defends DUI charges, and field sobriety test issues in Bucks County, Montgomery County, Lehigh County and throughout Pennsylvania, in State and Federal Courts. Contact us online or at 215-741-1212 .
Serving Bensalem, Fairless Hills, Newtown, Richboro, Bucks County, Montgomery County & Surrounding
Law enforcement relies on field sobriety tests as part of the decision to arrest you if they believe you are driving under the influence. These tests can include a one-leg stand, a walk-and-turn and other methods of trying to determine your level of intoxication. The ability to perform these tests correctly can be easily affected by medication, fatigue, disabilities and other factors not obvious to the officer.
They will administer subsequent chemical tests if they suspect you of DUI. Pennsylvania law enforcement uses three types of BAC tests: blood, breath and urine tests. The only test that can be administered by the police is the breath test using a Breathalyzer; the others must be administered by qualified medical personnel.
These tests vary in accuracy and reliability. The machines used must be checked and the processes employed reviewed. A failed chemical test does not mean certain conviction. There are numerous reasons that a person could fail a chemical test without being over the legal limit. These can include recent dental problems, taking certain drugs, eating certain foods or suffering from certain illnesses. Our criminal defense attorney makes sure that all factors that could have influenced the outcome of a chemical test are known.
Practicing DUI Law in Bucks County for Over 40 Years
For more information about DUI testing or to schedule an appointment with our Bucks County DUI lawyer, contact the Law Offices of Richard R. Fink at 215-741-1212 .
Free initial consultations are available. 24/7 service. We accept major credit cards.
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