Sobriety Tests

The Blood Alcohol Content (BAC) level of .08 is a fairly subjective number. One person's BAC of .08 creates a different level of impairment when compared to another individual of different size or physical attributes. Still, breath tests and chemical tests that measure BAC are one of the primary tools used to gather evidence against the accused. Know your legal limit!

At The Law Office of Thomas Wilson PC, we offer strong DUI defense counsel starting with a free consultation to individuals who face accusations of drunk driving based on results of DUI tests, as well as those struggling with automatic license suspension or revocation because of field sobriety test or chemical test refusal.

Attorney Thomas Wilson is our firm's leading DUI lawyer in Tucson and Southern Arizona. Prior to building his own legal practice, he spent 10 years as an Arizona police officer. This firsthand experience with DUI arrests in Arizona and the manner in which evidence is gathered can make a big difference in your case.

Fighting Back Against Sobriety Test Results

Even if you think the results of your sobriety tests are impossible to fight, remember that such evidence can be suppressed when there are issues of:

  • A lack of probable cause to pull you over in the first place
  • A failure to properly administer a test
  • Breath test device failures and improper maintenance or calibration
  • Your level of impairment versus your BAC level

One DUI arrest, charge or conviction does not have to change your life forever. Learn more about how our team of experienced legal professionals and DUI attorneys can help by discussing your case directly with us. Let the Tucson DUI Team fight for you!

We will be available to answer your questions, walk you through the process and give you a straightforward analysis of what defense options are possible in your case.

Contact the Tucson DUI Team online or by telephone at 520-624-2728 to arrange a attorney consultation at our Tucson, Arizona, office.