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Test accuracy is essential in driving under the influence cases

When a breath test shows that a driver has a blood-alcohol concentration higher than legally allowable, officers conducting a traffic stop will not hesitate to take action. From the perspective of law enforcement, having results from blood alcohol tests, from breath or blood draw, might make it seem as though a guilty verdict is inevitable.

Older drivers may be subject to intoxication after just 1 drink

For many people, it's not uncommon to enjoy a drink with dinner or while gathering with friends. Consuming only one alcoholic beverage might be seen as a way to be responsible. However, a study may prove to be problematic for people who believe they are doing the right thing in this sort of situation.

Can I refuse to take a breath-alcohol test in South Carolina?

After pulling a driver over on suspicion of driving under the influence of alcohol, police officers may ask the motorist to submit to a breath test. When this happens, the driver is confronted with the choice between complying or refusing. In the heat of the moment, it may be very difficult to determine the best course of action.

Can personal breath-test devices be trusted?

When getting together with friends, it isn't uncommon for adults to enjoy a few alcoholic beverages. Whether gathering at a bar, restaurant or private residence, many people do the responsible thing and take precautions to avoid driving while over the legal alcohol limit. Many people might limit their drink intake or arrange a safe ride home.

South Carolina man blows .18, also has beer and vodka in vehicle


In South Carolina, as in all states across the country, the legal limit for an adult's blood alcohol content while operating a motorized vehicle is .08. When their BAC level is above the legal limit, the individual may face drunk driving charges.

Fireman charged with felony DUI after high breath test


In South Carolina, and in every state across the country, it is illegal for anyone to get behind the wheel of a vehicle after consuming too much alcohol. The legal limit for a driver's BAC level in South Carolina is .08. If police pull over an individual on suspicion of drunk driving, and the driver tests at .08 or higher on a Breathalyzer, the driver will likely face DUI charges.

Does DataMaster provide inaccurate results?


Every situation involving drunk driving charges is different from the next. In addition to the differences, some DUI cases are more challenging than others. These cases may require very careful research and very pointed and specific arguments. One of these types of challenging cases is when drivers are suspected of driving while under the influence and the blood alcohol content testing shows they have a BAC of higher than .15 percent.

Man charged with felony DUI after accident and high breath test


It is important that residents of South Carolina understand that no matter what the circumstances, facing charges for driving under the influence of alcohol is always a serious matter that should not be taken lightly. However, there are certain aspects of such charges that can increase the severity of these charges. One of those circumstances is a high breath test. Another is an accident that results in the severe bodily injury or death of another individual.

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