If you provided blood or urine during your DUI arrest, the attorney you work with at the Walnut Creek DUI law firm will request a lot of information from you regarding the process. Be prepared to provide your Walnut Creek DUI lawyer with the following information:
- The results of your sample or samples.
- Records that document accuracy checks that were performed on vials purchased from manufacturers.
- A copy of the run list, which outlines the samples and controls that were tested, and the order in which they were tested.
- Your sample's chain of custody.
- A portion of the urine or blood sample that you provided, which is often referred to as a split.
- Notes, or bench notes, that the analyst made at the time of the analysis.
- A review of the vial in which your sample was stored.
- The checklist or instructions that were followed for the blood draw or urine sample.
- The methodology that was used by the lab when analyzing your sample.
- Three months' worth of maintenance records for the device that was used to measure your sample.
- Records of proficiency tests performed by independent organizations, or internally, regarding the lab and analyst.
- Tests that were performed to ensure that other compounds weren't inadvertently analyzed as ethanol.
- Chromatograms of the tests of your samples.
Contact a Walnut Creek DUI Law Firm Now
The first step in protecting your rights following a DUI arrest is to contact a Walnut Creek DUI law firm. Call Blackie Burak at 1-866-BLCKDUI or (925) 933-4500 today.