Reliability of a Breathylizer
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(214) 521-2277 3720 Rawlins St.
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Dallas, TX 75219
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Christopher N. Hoover
(214) 521-2277 3720 Rawlins St.
Suite H
Dallas, TX 75219

Reliability of a Breathalyzer–Texas DWI Defense Attorney

DWI Attorney Serving Clients in Rockwall, Dallas, Denton, Tarrant, and Collin Counties

The Law Office of Christopher N. Hoover represents clients who have been charged for driving while intoxicated in Rockwall, Dallas, Tarrant, Collin, and Denton County, Texas. Often when people are pulled over and asked to submit to a breath test –usually under the suspicion of drinking and driving or using drugs–they fail because of faulty equipment: in other words, failing a breathalyzer test may not be due to any chemical substance related to alcohol consumption; it could just be faulty equipment.

If your blood alcohol level was at or above the legal limit in Texas of .08, and you don’t understand why, an experienced DWI defense attorney, who has first-hand experience of how breathalyzers work, can help you solve your problem.

DWI Attorney Using Scientific Evidence to Prove Your Case

Many attorneys do not have a background in biology and chemistry to understand the science behind inaccurate chemical tests and breath testing devices: our law firm has such an attorney.

Attorney Christopher N. Hoover is a Founding Member of the National College for DUI Defense and has taught educational seminars on DWI to other leading attorneys at some of the top law schools nationwide (Harvard Law School being one example). He is also trained and certified in field sobriety testing and was the first attorney certified on how to use and analyze the Intoxilyzer 5000 (a breath test machine).

Our law office knows the reliability of any breathalyzer can be challenged for many reasons: 

  • The field officer administering the breathalyzer test was not properly trained or qualified on the equipment
  • The equipment was not cleaned or calibrated correctly
  • The equipment picked up on other medications –like prescription medicine–used by the driver, or the physical condition of the driver such as heartburn, asthma, bronchitis, and special types of diet supplements.
  • Weather conditions and exposure of  the equipment to gas fumes, paint, or floor sanding that were in the air while the breath test was administered

Regardless if you failed the breathalyzer test, there are ways to challenge the results.

Contact Our DWI Defense Attorney for a Free Consultation

Contact the Law Office of Christopher N. Hoover in Dallas, if you need representation for any failed breathalyzer test. We are certified, knowledgeable instructors in all aspects of DWI law and technology. Call us Toll-Free at 1-888-252-4DWI,or locally at 214-521-2277.