Challenging A Blood Test In A DWI Case In New Jersey

One of the main reasons that individuals arrested for Drunk Driving in New Jersey opt to plead guilty, rather than allow an attorney to defend them, is because they feel that the evidence against them is overwhelming. They may have performed poorly on a field sobriety test or had a blood test resulting in a 0.08% blood alcohol content (BAC) or higher, they might assume that there isn't a DWI attorney in New Jersey that can overcome the evidence against them. However, there are sometimes ways for an experienced DWI lawyer to challenge the evidence or the methods used to collect it.


DWI Blood Testing In New Jersey

It is not out of the ordinary for a blood test to be required during a DWI/DUI investigation. Some of the reasons a blood test might be required include the breath test equipment not working properly, if the suspect of a DWI had an accident and was taken to the hospital or if the suspect is thought to be under the influence of drugs. A blood test might be the only way to accurately determine the level of intoxication in a suspect.

Blood Test Challenges In New Jersey

In order to obtain a blood test result, a licensed medical professional must be used. An attorney will obtain copies of the administering medical personnel's license to ensure they are current and in proper order to perform a blood test for alcohol and drugs. In addition, the lab that tested the blood sample will be investigated by the attorney. If it appears that any contamination may have occurred, or if there was not enough of a sample to properly test and retest if required, then blood results may be challenged.

Hire A DWI Blood Test Lawyer To Challenge Your Blood Test Results

The attorneys at Villani & DeLuca, P.C. in Point Pleasant Beach, New Jersey are experienced in defending clients against inadequate procedural methods in obtaining blood results. We work very hard to ensure that all procedures are followed when prosecuting those for DWI in New Jersey.

If you feel that improper procedures may have been used during your blood test, call 732-372-0820 or come by our office and let one of our experienced attorneys at Villani & DeLuca, P.C. review your case to see if we can help. We offer FREE initial consultations for all DWI cases!