For many Georgia DUI cases, a key piece of evidence for the state is a blood test for alcohol. Many are under the impression that a blood test is more accurate than a breath test in calculating blood alcohol content (BAC), but Statesboro DUI attorney Matt Hube wants you to know that this is simply not true. There are a number of factors that can contribute to an incorrect blood-alcohol test. Visit our Blood Alcohol Test Defenses page to learn more.
As the evidence questioning the reliability of breath tests started to become more widespread, more people began refusing to submit to a Georgia breath test and the police started relying more on the blood test to determine BAC.
If you are served with a Georgia blood warrant, it is important to understand your responsibilities under Georgia law. You must comply with any police warrant and any refusal to do so could result in tougher penalties. Further, refusing to submit to a warranted blood test leaves the police no choice but to hold you down and forcibly take it, which could affect your health and safety.
If you have already provided a blood sample to the police—whether or not you did so willingly—there are a number of defenses that can still be used to win your cause. Statesboro DUI attorney Matt Hube is happy to meet with you to start building your Georgia DUI case. Don’t hesitate; call today!