One of the most crucial pieces of evidence used in cases of drunk driving cases is that of the driver’s blood alcohol level (BAL) or also referred to BAC (blood alchol content). This is often gathered by the law enforcement during the arrest process and is used to help determine whether or not the driver was impaired by alcohol. In the state of Idaho, a driver can be arrested if they ae found to be driving with a BAL of 0.08 percent of more. To determine their BAC, police officers will utilize certain tests, such as blood, breath, and field sobriety tests. We explain some of these below:
At Boise Advocate, our Boise DUI lawyers know that no evidence is completely infallible in a DUI case and there is a long distance between an arrest and a conviction. For this reason, if you have been accused of drinking and driving, you should not hesitate to contact our firm as soon as possible. We know the ways in which these forms of evidence can be challenged, and we know how to protect your legal rights. Call now for a free case evaluation!