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Testing Could Be Challenged After a DUI Arrest in South Dakota

Jeff Cole
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11/18/2013
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If you were charged with a DUI after blood-alcohol testing showed you were over the legal limit, you may believe that a conviction is unavoidable. However, depending on the details of your situation, it may be possible to challenge the results of blood-alcohol testing after a DUI arrest in South Dakota—with the help of an experienced DUI attorney. 

Certain Procedures Must Be Followed for Blood-Alcohol Testing

Police and lab staff must adhere to certain procedures and requirements when it comes to testing blood-alcohol levels after a DUI, but mistakes are often made in administering or processing these tests. Additionally, field sobriety and breathalyzer tests can be inaccurate, and you may not have been appropriately informed of your rights at the time of arrest. 

Ultimately, if it is determined that there may have been a problem with your blood-alcohol testing, it may be possible to challenge the results of these tests, have the evidence thrown out, and potentially even have the charges against you dismissed. An experienced attorney can easily review the individual details of your case and explain what options may be available to you.   

Don’t Wait Until It’s Too Late to Get Help With a DUI Arrest

After a DUI arrest in South Dakota, time is critical. The sooner you are able to reach out to an experienced attorney, the sooner you can get the answers you need to take action and protect your rights. 

If you need help or have questions, reach out to an experienced Sioux Falls DUI attorney today at 888-733-2992 for a free and confidential case review, or simply complete the confidential contact form on this page for more information.



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