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Tennessee DUI Breath Tests

Tennessee DUI Breath Tests

If you are pulled over in Tennessee for suspicion of drunk driving or DUI drugs, you will be asked to take a DUI breath test. This is done through a portable DUI breath tester, sometimes called a breathalyzer. A breath test machine shows the officer your blood alcohol content level, or BAC level. In Tennessee, you face DUI arrest if your BAC is 0.08% or higher. This percentage only applies to non-commercial drivers over 21 years of age.

If you are under 21, you will be arrested for DUI if your BAC is 0.02% or higher. If you hold a commercial driver’s license, or Tennessee CDL, you will be arrested for DUI if your blood alcohol content is 0.04% or higher.

Tennessee breath test results can be challenged, even if your BAC is way over the limit. Our top-rated Tennessee DUI lawyers are not intimidated by high BAC results, so do not plead guilty before you talk to us. Our Tennessee DUI attorneys will fight to exclude high BAC results and will file motions to suppress breath test evidence if proper police procedures were not followed at the Tennessee DUI roadblock.

Tennessee DUI Breath Test Results Can Be Challenged!

If you were arrested at a Tennessee roadblock, and spent the night in jail, you went through a very traumatic experience. You need powerful legal representation on your side. A Tennessee DUI is very serious, even if it is your first DUI. A prosecutor starts building a DUI case against you the day after your arrest. You must hire a relentless DUI lawyer immediately to fight against the state’s case.

Call Tennessee DUI lawyer Marcos M. Garza anytime at 1-888-839-4384 to get a FREE initial consultation. We will also send you an electronic copy of a 430-page DUI Book that tells you everything you need to know about how to fight the most serious criminal charge of your life.

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