Can I Challenge A Breath Test?
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A Breath Test Isn’t The Final Say

Too many individuals believe that a failed breath test will automatically lead to a drunk driving charge. It is not uncommon for these machines to malfunction. If you are facing a DUI or DWI charge, schedule a consultation with an experienced defense attorney.

Put A Former Prosecutor On Your Side

Our founder, Brian J. Lockwood, has experience in both private practice and as a prosecutor. In his 25-plus years as a practicing criminal law attorney, he has handled thousands of criminal defense cases, including more than 500 DUIs. When experience matters, put a skilled attorney on the case.

Nearly countless factors can lead to an invalid breath test, including:

  • The unit was not cleaned properly after the previous use.
  • The unit was not stored properly between uses.
  • The officer was not properly trained in the unit’s operation.
  • The unit itself was faulty.
  • Environmental elements caused a false positive.

No matter the severity of your charge or your criminal record, it is crucial that you act quickly to protect yourself. A DUI/DWI conviction can lead to fines, jail time or loss of driving privileges. Attorney Lockwood provides strong, effective defense to clients in Mobile and communities throughout Alabama who are facing these serious consequences. Let our firm help shield you from the full force of the criminal justice system. We will thoroughly examine your case from the validity of the initial traffic stop to the reliability of the breath test you were administered.

Don’t Wait. Contact Us Today For Your Consultation.

You must act quickly to ensure you receive a proper defense for a charge involving DUI. You can call us immediately at 251-298-8554 or email us. We answer the phone and respond to messages 24 hours a day, and our attorney will meet you off-site on evenings and weekends by request.

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