Denver Colorado Criminal Law Blog

Blood Test or Breath Test: The Choice

Dear Reader,

If you are arrested on suspicion of DUI, the officer will likely inform you regarding Colorado’s express consent law.  When you applied for your license you expressly gave your consent to submit to either a blood test or breath test should you be arrested for DUI or DWAI.

I prefer a blood test to a breath test.  A blood test result is a direct reading of the alcohol present in your blood.  A breath test uses a complicated formula to determine your blood alcohol content. I prefer a direct reading as opposed to an indirect attempt at extrapolation.  I believe that a blood test can be far more accurate than a breath test.  So something to consider.

If you are arrested for DUI we can help.  Call me at (303) 753-0900.  Let’s chat.  

Peter Albani

Criminal Defense Attorney
Fairplay, Breckenridge, and Denver, Colorado    

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Colorado Criminal Defense Attorney

Peter Albani is a Colorado criminal defense attorney with a statewide law practice. He routinely represents clients on criminal matters ranging from DUI to homicide. Albani Law represents clients in Park County (Fairplay), Summit County (Breckenridge), Lake County (Leadville), Eagle County (Eagle), Chaffee County (Salida), and all Front Range Colorado Counties.

Call Peter at (303) 753-0900 and he will take your phone call personally.

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