Articles Posted in Sobriety Tests

The people of Phoenix have a strong advocate in our law firm. We offer expert DUI defense strategies, always focused on providing clients with fair hearings and proper legal consideration from the authorities.

While law enforcement relies on technology to make assessments of sobriety, sometimes their DUI tests are flawed and inaccurate. A breathalyzer test, for example, may result in a false positive and an unjust drunk driving arrest. Let's explore the issue in more detail.

What Is a False Positive?

Here at The Law Office of James Novak, we want to make sure that the people of Phoenix have a strong legal advocate on their side. The drunk driving laws of Arizona can be difficult to comprehend given the unique penalties for certain actions. That's why having an experienced DUI defense attorney on your side is so crucial.

We'd like to take a moment to consider DUI blood tests, a type of chemical sobriety assessment, with a particular focus on what happens if you refuse to take a blood test.

About Blood Tests in DUI Cases

Attorney James Novak has helped countless clients throughout the greater Phoenix with criminal law issues, offering robust legal defense and counsel. His expertise in DUI defense and drunk driving law has led to reduced charges, dropped charges, and sound advice moving forward after a DUI.

Many of our clients have questions about "implied consent" and how it applies to their case. Let's go over the basics of this right now.

What Does "Implied Consent" Mean?

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