New article posted by San Diego DUI criminal defense attorney from the San Diego County DUI Law Center, a professional corporation, shows real doubts about estimating one’s breath test for purposes of blood alcohol content.
Here’s an excerpt from San Diego Drunk Driving Criminal Defense Lawyer Rick Mueller’s article recently published in San Diego DUI Information.
San Diego California DUI criminal defense lawyers can ask (a purported prosecution expert) witness to admit that such a number would require dividing the stated breath result by about half as well (making a .12 reported result cut in half to a .074). High readings do happen.
….The California partition ratio should be reported as a range, from perhaps 1300:1 to 2400:1. It changes from day to day within an individual, from the beginning to the end of the breath sample, and of course, varies between individuals.