If you are charged with OUI in Massachusetts, and you elect to take the breathalyzer test, the results will likely be admissible in evidence as long as the Commonwealth follows certain procedures. For instance, the results are admissible if:
- The arrestee consents to the test;
- The test is administered by a certified breath test operator;
- The testing device is certified; &
- There are two adequate breath samples that are within .02 blood alcohol content units, with a calibration standard analysis in between the tests.
As a result, if you are charged with OUi in Massachusetts, it is important to have an OUI Lawyer who can help you understand the procedures. Contact Attorney Shane W. Surrette at (774) 364-4605, or at email@example.com today.