Can I Refuse a DUI Blood Test in Indiana

Can I Refuse a DUI Blood Test in Indiana?   Under the Indiana implied consent law, you impliedly consent to submit to a portable breath test (PBT) or chemical test by law enforcement when you drive on Indiana roads. In other words, you have impliedly agreed to be tested for intoxication if a law enforcement officer […]

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What Does BAC Mean

What Does BAC Mean   In every state, you can get a DUI if you drive with a BAC of .08% or more. And an especially high BAC can increase the already-severe penalties for DUI. But what exactly does “BAC” mean?   blood alcohol concentration   “BAC” is short for “blood alcohol concentration”—a measurement of […]

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Challenging Blood Alcohol Tests in DUI Cases

DUI Blood Alcohol Testing   This article explains generally how law enforcement uses blood tests to measure blood alcohol concentration (BAC) in drunk driving investigations, referred to as Operating While Intoxicated OWI in Indiana) and how the defense can challenge the results in court.   The implied consent laws of all states require drivers who […]

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