If you are pulled over for an OUI (known in other states as DUI), the police officers can use several tools to determine if you are intoxicated. A breathalyzer test is popular for determining whether you have been drinking, and this test has very specific legal procedures, protocols, and guidelines that police officers must follow when administering it. Murphy & Rudolf, LLP defends clients in cases dealing with BAC tests, and our Worcester criminal defense lawyers are well equipped to handle a variety of issues that may arise.
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Even if you are pulled over for something unrelated to drunk driving, such as swerving or driving erratically, the police officer may compel you to complete a Field Sobriety Test (FST) or take a breathalyzer test. Initial clues for the officer may involve detecting an alcoholic odor, observing diminished motor skills of the driver, or detecting slurred speech of the driver. The Worcester criminal defense attorneys at Murphy & Rudolf, LLP can thoroughly investigate the incident and represent your case in court.
Being pulled over for OUI, completing a breathalyzer test, and blowing above the legal limit of .08 does not mean that you will be convicted of OUI. With our Worcester OUI lawyers, you can get personal attention for your case immediately. We can try to uncover possible flaws in the test or point out mistakes that may have been made in its administration to build your defense in court.
With 50 years of combined experience, Murphy & Rudolf, LLP defends clients facing OUI charges in Massachusetts. Our Worcester criminal defense attorneys know the federal and state laws regarding BAC tests and can work hard to gather evidence for your case. If you have been charged with an OUI and you were given a BAC test at your arrest, we can work to protect your rights every step of the way.
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