Wednesday, May 30, 2012

To rebut the DMV's generous presumption of reliability of BAC results, San Diego DUI lawyers may show a failure to follow a state standard or regulation

Driving is key to most San Diegans and Californians. California Code of Regulations, Title 17 remains the center of much DMV excessive BAC administrative hearing cases.

San Diego DUI defense attorneys who show any failure to adhere to any regulation or standard, rebut the presumption of reliability of the excessive BAC test results, according to Davenport v. DMV, Coombs v. Pierce and Robertson v. Zolin California cases.

This new San Diego County DUI Law Center Article outlines the DMV's Excessive BAC Manual language. This is a continuing series of updates to the internal hearing manual used by the Department of Motor Vehicles in California.