Mid Range PCA FAQs
On this page:
·Can We Assist You With Advice To Obtain The Best Result At Court?
·Is The Breath Analysis Reading Accurate?
·So It Is Possible That My Breath Reading Was Lower?
Can We Assist You With Advice To Obtain The Best Result At Court?
Yes. Our solicitors only practice criminal law and We have an accredited specialist in criminal law which includes drink driving matters. We also have lawyers that lecture at the Traffic Offender Program. Go to our lawyer profiles. Whether you are pleading guilty or not guilty, we will advise you of what needs to be done in terms of character references; possible reports to obtain including expert reports, medical reports, psychological or psychiatric report; programs to attend; penalties; anticipated outcomes and much more.
Is The Breath Analysis Reading Accurate?
The analysis is accurate but often does not reveal your blood alcohol concentration at the time of driving. You are charged with having a certain blood alcohol concentration at the time of driving – depending on your drinking history, food intake and many other factors such as the time of your last drink, time of your breath test and time of breath analysis – we can provide you with advice about challenging the reading. It could make a big difference to the outcome of your case – especially if we could demonstrate that you were not driving in the mid range at all!
So It Is Possible That My Breath Reading Was Lower?
Yes. Alcohol takes time to enter your blood system as well as time to be eliminated from your system. It may be the case that recently consumed alcohol that was not absorbed at the time of driving was absorbed at the time of breath analysis giving you a higher reading. It is possible that your reading at the time of driving was legal yet you are facing court for drink driving. If you need expert advice, contact one of our specialists.
If you need advice from a criminal defence lawyer, contact one of our criminal law specialists immediately at either our Sydney or our Parramatta offices. Call 1800 NOT GUILTY or fill in our contact form on this page and arrange a free conference with a solicitor today. Contact our specialists right now! 24-hour legal advice 7 days a week.
contact form or via phone, will be treated
strictly privately and in confidence.