Just because you blow over the legal limit, does not mean you have to be convicted of a DUI
The state of Colorado uses the Intoxilyzer 5000 to administer breathalyzer tests. Ann Toney is one of only a few DUI lawyers in Colorado trained on the Intoxilyzer 5000. She has been to multiple trainings and handled many cases involving the intoxilyzer.
As a former DUI prosecutor, Ann Toney knows that prosecutors are typically not trained on the Intoxilyzer. Many prosecutors simply show what the person blew during the field sobriety test and assume the results are accurate. A jury may hear from the prosecutor that someone blew over the legal limit and think that is enough evidence to find them guilty. It might not occur to a jury that the Intoxilyzer may not be working properly or handled properly.
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Anne’s training on the Intoxilyzer allows her to argue that results may not always be accurate and attack its outcome. If you blow over the legal limit you will be charged, but an experienced DUI attorney such as Ann Toney understands the science behind the Intoxilyzer and knows there are several ways to assess the evidence from it. She has been trained on its five different filters, knows how to read the maintenance records and solution logs, knows that what you ate, drank, medications you are on and even your sleep patterns can affect the outcome of the results.
Ann Toney understands that not every DUI case is the same, and that sometimes bad things happen to good people. If you or a loved one have been charged with a DUI in Colorado after being administered the Intoxilyzer 5000, let Ann Toney use her vast knowledge of the science behind the Intoxilyzer to defend you.
If you have been charged with a DUI after being administered the Intoxilyzer 5000, call Ann Toney today for a free consultation.