Alcotest results can be very persuasive in a New Jersey DUI case, but they don’t have to be definitive.
There are a number of ways to attack Alcotest results, including questioning the certifications of the Alcotest operator, offering medical evidence that suggests your body may not provide normal readings, and even questioning the original stop that led to you being taken into custody and having the test administered.
The problem is that while Alcotest results may be challenged, prosecutors can use other evidence, including observations and even video evidence offered by the police.
This is why it’s vital that you work with the most experienced New Jersey DUI attorney you can find.
By questioning all the evidence and pushing back against weak cases, Matthew Reisig has helped more than 1,000 New Jersey drivers avoid conviction on DUI charges.
Call 732-625-9660 today for a free consultation.