Please Note: Izquerido Law Firm remains open and available to serve you and meet your criminal defense, DUI defense and Federal Crimes attorney needs during the COVID-19 crisis. We can meet with clients, existing or new, in person, over the phone or with your preferred video-chat application. Please call our office at 305-707-7345 to discuss your options.

How do I know the breath test was functioning properly?

The Florida Department of Law Enforcement has laid out regulations that departments must follow when administering and maintaining breath-testing equipment such as the Intoxilyzer 8000. These regulations prescribe how and when a test should be administered, how the machine has to be calibrated, maintained and examined and what certifications a breath-test operator must possess in order to do this.

It is critical and downright mandatory that any defense attorney examine, challenge and research the reliability and accuracy of any breath testing machine used in your case. The prosecutor relies on breath testing results to prove your guilt in court. An experienced DUI defense attorney will carefully examine the machine and procedures used to maintain and administer tests pursuant to FDLE’s rules and regulations to make sure that it was working properly. Failing to abide by FDLE regulations can lead to the breath test results being suppressed and not being used against you in court.

Do You Need A Miami DUI Defense Laywer?

If you find yourself charged with DUI in Miami you need to speak with an experienced DUI attorney as soon as possible. Please contact me online or call my Coral Gables office directly at 305.707.7345. You should also download my free book "A Six Pack Of Questions That Can Cause A Hangover After A DUI Arrest". This free download provides valuable information and answers to questions about DUI charges that can give you the best chance at winning your case.

 

Daniel Izquierdo
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Coral Gables defense lawyer helping clients accused of Federal Crimes, DUI, Domestic Violence & Sex Crimes.