Experienced Attorneys Challenging Breathalyzer Results

Having your driver's license suspended is just one of the consequences you face after being arrested for DUI in Florida. You will also be up against jail time, heavy fines and a criminal record. An experienced lawyer will be able to help you fight your charges and minimize the consequences you face.

One effective strategy for eliminating DUI charges is to challenge the Intoxilyzer 8000 Breath Test machine and its improper use. Our lawyers at Lockett Law, P.A. have extensive experience litigating over these matters and can help you.

Lawyers Helping Individuals Fight the Intoxilyzer 8000 Breath Test Machine Results

Our team of Jacksonville attorneys has decades of experience fighting DUI charges, and we have litigated hundreds of jury trials for our clients. Our lawyers are well-known across Florida for our successful and aggressive DUI defense strategies.

We will work with you to develop a cutting-edge defense against your DUI charge. From challenging the calibration of the machine and the proper use of it, to machine errors and other intervening conditions that are apparent only to experts in the field, we know how to best protect your rights. Our lawyers will fight your Intoxilyzer results at every corner.

Premier DUI Defense Lawyers

Not only do we provide dedicated representation to our clients, but we also teach other lawyers how to better handle DUI cases. Our team consists of the chair of the annual Blood, Breath and Tears DUI Defense seminar, as well as faculty of the seminar. We present lectures on multiple DUI and breath test issues at many seminars throughout the state, and we are considered to be one of the top DUI law firms in Florida.

Defending Your Rights And Challenging Breath Test Results

Call us immediately for more information on how to challenge the Breathalyzer results at 904-858-9818. Contact our Florida law firm for a free initial consultation to learn more about how we can build a successful defense for you. We have Spanish speakers on staff.