One of the most difficult challenges in defending a Georgia DUI case is finding the right defense to a blood alcohol test result. Many different factors go into choosing the best defense: the type of test administered, your medical history, the steps used to collect your sample, the time between your last drink and the test, and others. Savannah DUI attorney Matt Hube is well-acquainted with the various aspects of DUI defense and wants to use that knowledge to defend you.
There are three different chemical tests that police use to calculate your blood alcohol content, or BAC. The Georgia DUI breath test is the most common, as it is the fastest and most affordable method. The blood test is the second most common, and involves sending a blood sample to a laboratory for testing. The least common form of BAC test is the urine test, as it is the least accurate for determining BAC. Instead, the urine test is most often used for drug testing.
The type of defense your lawyer will use depends on your unique DUI case, but some of the more common ones are:
Deciding which of these defenses to use involves an extensive and acute knowledge of the law as well as the various facets of Georgia DUI defense. Savannah DUI attorney Matt Hube is committed to a continual learning of DUI methods and has the experience you want in an attorney.
If you have been arrested with a Georgia DUI, call our offices today. We will review the specific circumstances surrounding your case and help build the perfect defense for you.