Blood Alcohol Testing

Blood Alcohol Testing

Blood Alcohol Testing

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When it comes to determining blood alcohol content (BAC) in Texas, laboratory analysis plays a crucial role in providing evidence in legal cases. One such facility is Armstrong Forensic Laboratory, Inc which is a ISO 17027:2017 accredited laboratory by ANSI National Accreditation Board (ANAB) and is accredited by the Texas Forensic Science Commission (TFSC) for toxicology (blood alcohol only). It is important to understand the legal framework that governs the use of BAC evidence in court and the potential implications of contested laboratory findings.

The interpretation of BAC evidence in court is regulated by Texas law, which sets a legal limit of 0.08 percent ethyl alcohol concentration for drivers of non-commercial motor vehicles. If a driver’s BAC is found to be above this limit, they can be charged with driving while intoxicated (DWI). The use of BAC evidence in court must comply with specific standards and procedures, which are designed to ensure the accuracy of the results and validity of the testing process.

Ultimately, the use of BAC evidence can have a significant impact on the outcome of a legal case. For this reason, it is essential to ensure that all laboratory testing is conducted in accordance with established standards and procedures. Whether you are facing a DWI charge or representing a client in a related case, it is vital to consult with experienced professionals who can help you navigate the complexities of BAC testing.

Contact Armstrong

  • 330 Loch N Green Trail, Arlington, TX 76012
  • (817) 275-2691
  • info@aflab.com

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Contact Armstrong

  • 330 Loch N Green Trail, Arlington, TX 76012
  • (817) 275-2691
  • info@aflab.com

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