Answer: While law enforcement officials have come to rely on breathalyzer results as evidence in DUI cases, that does not mean it is the only evidence they use to charge someone with driving while impaired. It is important to note that that impairment may be due to either alcohol or drugs.
Some of the most common forms of evidence upon which they generally rely to make this charge include:
If you have been charged with DUI even though your breathalyzer test results were below the legal limit, you should contact a DUI attorney to help prepare an effective defense. While the officer’s observations are considered evidence, there are ways to challenge that evidence and create reasonable doubt in court, possibly leading to a dismissal of all charges.