In Washington State, a person suspected of DUI is obliged to take the test at a BAC (Blood Alcohol Concentration) facility, which is usually the local police station itself. Refusing to undergo the test can result in a fine and the suspension of the defendant’s license.
An experienced DUI lawyer in Tri Cities will make sure the Breathalyzer test was conducted without prejudice to the clients’ rights, including the reading of their constitutional rights before administration of the test. Violation of any right may be a basis for dropping the charges, or getting a lighter penalty. In many cases, citizens are unaware of these rights, or of the possible consequences of their actions while under investigation or custody. It is the job of their lawyers to protect them from actions that may prove incriminating.