When one is stopped for being suspected to be driving under the influence of alcohol, there is a high probability that he or she will be asked to take a Breathalyzer Test. A Breathalyzer Test is a test in which a driver is made to blow into a Breathalyzer to check the amount of alcohol consumed.
A client will often ask, “If I am stopped for a DWI, should I take a Breathalyzer Test?” The answer is dependent on a case-by-case basis. It depends on how heavily that person has been drinking, how much and how long over a period of time. For example, if one has consumed 1/2 bottle of Scotch, it would be suggested to not take the Breathalyzer Test. However, if one only had a single glass of wine over the last 3 hours with a meal, then, it would be suggested to take it.
Failure to take the test will result in revocation but it might be worth that punishment knowing how much one had been drinking. For any questions or more information, please do not hesitate to Contact Us