If you have been arrested for DUI in Seminole County contacting an experienced Seminole County DUI Attorney immediately can improve your odds. DUI Attorney Kevin Pitts has handled hundreds of DUI's as a former Assistant State Attorney and DUI Defense Attorney. Mr. Pitts has successfully completed the breath test operator course giving him valuable insight into the issues affecting the Seminole County intoxilyzer 8000 results. During his training on the breath test machine he was required to correctly perform 6 breath tests. During this training he also had the opportunity to submit to 8 tests during breath test operator training. If you are fighting a breath test you should have a Seminole County DUI lawyer that not only has been tested on the Intoxilyzer 8000 but who also knows how to operate it.
A Seminole County DUI arrest for unlawful blood or breath alcohol or refusal to submit to a test will suspend your driver’s license administratively after 10 days. Email Seminole County DUI Attorney Kevin J. Pitts at firstname.lastname@example.org for a free document to request a formal review hearing. By requesting a hearing and paying a $25 fee to The Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles you can get a 42 day extension of your driving privileges. Seminole County DUI Attorney Kevin Pitts offers this document and a brief explanation by email for free. Attorney Kevin J. Pitts answers emails as soon as possible but if your 10 days is about to expire you should take steps to ensure your opportunity for review does not lapse. If action is not taken your license will be suspended administratively after 10 days. As of July 1, 2013 individuals accused of a first DUI are eligible for a waiver that avoids the 30 day hard suspension on breath tests over .08 and 90 day hard suspension on refusals. Contact Seminole County DUI attorney Kevin J. Pitts at 407-
An example of Intoxilyzer issues occurred in 2010. Seminole County has 4 Intoxilyzer 8000's and I have compiled data for serial numbers 80-