Connecticut recognizes three types of chemical tests that can be used to determine your BAC (blood alcohol content). You might be required to take one or more of these tests, depending on the facts of your case. These include breath tests, blood tests, and urine tests.
Breathalyzer tests are the most commonly used and can be administered at the time you’re pulled over by police officers who are certified to administer them. Each type of test has its pros and cons, and the accuracy of the results can vary based on several factors. If you have questions about the admissibility of your BAC test results in your case, I’m happy to schedule a consultation.