In some states, there is no requirement that the police officer observe a person suspected of DUI for fifteen minutes before administering a breath test, despite the guidelines set out by the manufacturers of such devices recommending this to ensure an accurate blood alcohol content (BAC) measurement. Why do manufacturers require this and why does California law for DMV hearings require this? Imagine if one took a breath test just seconds after swishing one’s mouth with vodka. For more discussion of this issue, click on the following article – http://www.greghillassociates.com/lawyer-attorney-1904566.html.
Most attorneys who have done more than about 20 DMV hearings for a DUI will tell you that it is very hard to win at a DMV hearing, even when one has the law solidly in one’s favor. It is a source of great frustration since the arguments that a judge would find worthy are often ignored or misunderstood by a DMV Hearing Officer. What is the breath test device is improperly calibrated? In other words, its measurement of BAC is inaccurate? Will that matter? Click on the attached article to read answers – http://www.greghillassociates.com/lawyer-attorney-1877554.html.