DUI - Chemical Testing

Chemical testing made it easier for prosecutors to obtain drunk driving convictions, so state legislatures began enacting implied consent statutes to facilitate this goal. Motorists where then forced to choose between statutory compliance or constitutional defiance when consenting to a chemical test. Although touted as conclusive proof of intoxication. The three primary chemical tests (blood, breath and urine) produce distorted results and have numerous flaws. Since most officers require a breath test, many states give defendants the right to an independent chemical test by a qualified person of their choice.

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