DUI Breath Test

As a licensed driver on an Ohio road, you have given implied consent to provide a sample of your breath if you are stopped by the police and the officer has probable cause to believe that you were under the influence of drugs or alcohol. If you get pulled over and arrested for an Ohio OVI (operating a vehicle under the influence) or Ohio DUI, the law requires that you take a blood, breath, or urine test. Columbus, Ohio OVI attorney Peter J. Binning will help defend you against your Ohio DUI charge in the event that you were either in physical control of a vehicle while under the influence or even simply in the driver’s seat with the keys, regardless of whether they are in the ignition.

Breath test machinery has been known throughout the country to provide false readings from a number of different causes. These causes include, but are not limited to: radio frequency, residual mouth alcohol, medical conditions, and many other causes. The Ohio breath test machine measures how much light is absorbed while you blow through the testing breath tube. The code that tells the machine how to operate properly may require calibration.

Many factors go into establishing whether the reading provided by an Ohio breath test machine was accurate.Ohio OVI attorney Peter J. Binning knows exactly how these devices function and when you hire him, he will ask you a number of questions about various medical conditions and things you might remember from the night you were arrested. Key elements from the time you provided a breath sample may indicate and question the validity of the test results. These questions will help Peter J. Binning develop the absolute best defenses for you against a high breath alcohol reading.

Whether or not to succumb to an Ohio breath test is a decision that you alone must make. If you would like advice regarding your Ohio OVI arrest, please call Ohio OVI attorney Peter J. Binning today. He will help you understand the risks and consequences of either taking or refusing the Ohio breath test. If you have already taken the test and have been charged with anOhio OVI or Ohio DUI, call Peter J. Binning now for an appointment, so we can help you fight the charges!