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Can a personal breath tester help you avoid a DUI?

Wearable biosensors that measure the heart rate and count steps are all the rage these days. There is one type of device that has a unique application - a personal biosensor that measures a person's blood alcohol content. Whether you are a regular drinker or just an occasional one, such a device could help you avoid getting arrested for DUI. But before you put your trust in a personal breath tester, there are some things you need to know.

DUI and your ability to be employed

Tennessee residents may not be aware of the long term effects that DUI-related felony convictions can have on their ability to find new jobs or remain employed. The truth of the matter is that DUI convictions will follow a person for a long time to come, impacting everything job-related in their near future.

When taking prescription drugs results in a DUI charge

When most people think of DUI charges, they imagine someone who had too much to drink or indulged in illegal drugs. However, in Tennessee, law enforcement can arrest and charge you with DUI based on simply taking prescription or over-the-counter drugs.

Auto-brewery syndrome may be responsible for your DUI

While most people in Tennessee realize that breath analyzers may not always be accurate, there are also certain health conditions that can land you with a DUI, even when you have not drunk a drop of alcohol. We at the Law Office of Rob McKinney can educate you on the dangers of auto-brewery syndrome and how it may affect your blood alcohol concentration.

Smryna, Tennessee DUI Alert

If you are arrested for DUI in Smyrna, Tennessee, your case will start in the Municipal Court of Smyrna. One unusal feature of DUI cases in Smyrna is the compliance hearing.

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