In Nevada, if you have been charged with Driving Under the Influence, and law enforcement made you take a blood test, it is always in your best interest to seek the counsel of an attorney with experience in this area of law. This holds true regardless of the results of any breath or chemical testing, which are not error proof and can be administered or handled in ways that can affect the outcome of the results. This page contains a compilation of helpful information related to the circumstances, administration and details that apply to DUI related blood testing in Nevada.
If you or someone you care about has been charged with a DUI that you feel may have been the result of an error in your blood or urine test, please contact our offices today. These tests can be wrong and if you believe there were circumstances that could have contributed to an erroneous result, a DUI charge may not be applicable. We offer free case evaluations and want to help you determine the truth.