Contact Us for a Consultation (559) 266-5555

Blog

DUI: Alcohol Absorption Slide Show

Posted by Jonathan Rooker | Sep 23, 2017 | 0 Comments

Understanding the process of alcohol absorption into the blood stream after consuming the alcoholic beverage.  The process is much longer and more complicated than many people understand.  Remembering, that a DUI is driving while under the influence, and many times people have recently drank before driving home, it stands to reason that we should not convict a person if they were under the legal limit while they were driving the car.  

Another important aspect is the fact that alcohol testing doesn't happen when a person is driving.  Therefore, we have to try and reconstruct what the drivers blood alcohol content was at the time of driving the vehicle.  This task is even more difficult because there are commonly large periods of time between driving and testing of the blood alcohol concentration (BAC) used to try and prove or disprove the alleged offense.

For a better understanding of the absorption of alcohol into the blood stream, view the following slide show.

Absorption of Alcohol Slide Show

Absorption of Alcohol Slide Show

 DUI and Criminal Defense Home Page

About the Author

Jonathan Rooker

Fresno DUI Attorney & Criminal Defense Attorney Jonathan Rooker is an experienced and aggressive attorney. His education and work ethic help him separate himself from the other attorneys. He provides quality legal defense at an affordable rate.

Comments

There are no comments for this post. Be the first and Add your Comment below.

Leave a Comment

Get the Help You Need

Jonathan Rooker can help you, when you need it most. The road to justice may sometimes be a long road, but it is a worth fighting for. Don't try to handle a criminal allegation without first consulting and educated experienced attorney to see if they can help and/or advise you on the best defense.

Schedule Today

191 West Shaw
#209

Fresno, CA 93704
(559) 266-5555
(559) 412-2082 (fax)
Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri: 07:30am - 07:30pm
Sat, Sun: 09:00am - 01:00pm

Menu