how to pass a breathalyzer test

how to pass a breathalyzer test

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“Winchester Model 1894”

Since: Apr 07

Roy, Washington

#2 Dec 16, 2008
www_Allthaclubz_com wrote:
If you are caught driving under the influence of alcohol, do not refuse to take a breathalyzer test. Instead, insist that you will not blow until your attourney is present. This your right according to the law. Next, have someone call your attourney and tell him to come to where ever they have you locked up. Insruct the attourney to wait at least 12 hours before he shows up. According to studies alchol leaves your body aprox. 12 hours after your last drink. Even if every last drop of alcohol isn't gone,after 12 hours, it will most definitely be reduced substantially. For more dwi info log on to http://www.dwi-news.blogspot.com Also remember to to click on a few of our sponsors ads to help keep us up and running so we can provide the most current dwi news and info. Drink responsibly.
Let's see if I understand you.

You're advocating a way to beat a DWI so you can go out and do it again!

You should be locked up!
Stormfront

Kansas City, MO

#3 Dec 16, 2008
I've found that not drinking and driving works for me.
NTT

Sterling, VA

#4 Mar 9, 2009
You should not be locked up, your a smart man, don't drive if your way too drunk to function though
wavy

Jacksonville, FL

#5 Mar 9, 2009
Thanks for posting. People should be more aware of their rights in general. Never talk to a cop about anything you do not have to. Never let them search your car under any circumstances, never admit to having had a drink at all, etc.
No one is advocating driving if your impaired but there's going to be a ramping up of police and military stopping civilians and trying to detain them on any grounds so know your rights
I'll check out the site. ACLU has some good info on youtube
diagree

Danville, KY

#7 Mar 9, 2009
MPMARTIN wrote:
<quoted text>
Let's see if I understand you.
You're advocating a way to beat a DWI so you can go out and do it again!
You should be locked up!
Mind your biz nosey-a$$. That is not what he's trying to say, He's just stating the FACT that everyone should know their rights!
diasgree

Danville, KY

#8 Mar 9, 2009
excuse the misspelling...left outthe "s" in my name. P.S. Don't be mad a me. I just think he wants everyone to know their rights, he just stated it the wrong way.

Since: Dec 07

Bartow, FL

#9 Mar 9, 2009
www_Allthaclubz_com wrote:
If you are caught driving under the influence of alcohol, do not refuse to take a breathalyzer test. Instead, insist that you will not blow until your attourney is present. This your right according to the law. Next, have someone call your attourney and tell him to come to where ever they have you locked up. Insruct the attourney to wait at least 12 hours before he shows up. According to studies alchol leaves your body aprox. 12 hours after your last drink. Even if every last drop of alcohol isn't gone,after 12 hours, it will most definitely be reduced substantially. For more dwi info log on to http://www.dwi-news.blogspot.com Also remember to to click on a few of our sponsors ads to help keep us up and running so we can provide the most current dwi news and info. Drink responsibly.
Your system is very flawed and you sound like a jailhouse lawyer. Of course you're not the one who will be in jail. Alcohol has a wear off rate. I would imagine you could find the rates on the internet. I read in the local paper of a drunk driver who was picked up and had a level just over .50(yes a hard core alcoholic can do it). When that person was arraigned the next day he was still above the legal limit which was .10 at the time.
You're better off getting a alcohol chart showing how your level will go up for your weight and how many drinks. Also know the wear off rate and stay well below the limit in your state. Remember most states will have a driving while impaired which will be lower than the driving while intoxicated.

“Freedom is not free”

Since: Jun 07

Location hidden

#10 Mar 9, 2009
wavy wrote:
No one is advocating driving if your impaired but there's going to be a ramping up of police and military stopping civilians and trying to detain them on any grounds so know your rights
Once Obama has his "national police force" in operation the USA will become a police state.

You will have no "rights" with these people.

Since: Oct 08

South Bay, Fl.

#12 Mar 9, 2009
Just remember if you do get pulled over after you've been drinking to take a raw potatoe with you. Before the officer sees you biting into it, hide it. They know it temporarily covers your breath. If no potatoe use like a t-shirt. Bite into the shirt and try to get it all over your teeth. It can help pass the breathalyzer test. I myself don't drink and drive but, many of my friends do. Really, how stupid.
DCA

Pleasanton, CA

#17 Mar 9, 2009
Yeah I know the answer to this one:

DON'T DRINK BEFORE TAKING IT!!!

Duuuuuhhhhhh!
wavy

Jacksonville, FL

#18 Mar 9, 2009
I wouldn't rely on that potato thing so much. Better to be safe and know your rights whether your driving, or just a passenger ( where it is best to substantiate the drivers denial of any drinking )or just at a party that's getting busted.
This is not about a few folks getting too tipsy behind the wheel, it's about exercising your rights.
Check out the ACLU youtube dox on confronting the police.

“Untouchable!!!!”

Since: May 07

Whitney Pier

#19 Mar 9, 2009
Garand wrote:
<quoted text>Once Obama has his "national police force" in operation the USA will become a police state.
You will have no "rights" with these people.
In all fairness..Bush didnt allow or promote drunk driving either.
Billy J

Denver, NC

#20 Mar 9, 2009
They will not allow you to set in a cell for 12 hours before you blow. You have 2 hours to have a witness there otherwise you have to have your blood taken whether you let them or not. They will strap you in a chair and take it. If you tell them you dont want to blow until you want to its the same thing as refusing. You cant get out of a DUI anymore...impossible unless you blew the legal limit. In my state it is .08. I am going through DUI punishment as we speak.
Ray

Fort Defiance, AZ

#21 Mar 9, 2009
www_Allthaclubz_com wrote:
If you are caught driving under the influence of alcohol, do not refuse to take a breathalyzer test. Instead, insist that you will not blow until your attourney is present. This your right according to the law. Next, have someone call your attourney and tell him to come to where ever they have you locked up. Insruct the attourney to wait at least 12 hours before he shows up. According to studies alchol leaves your body aprox. 12 hours after your last drink. Even if every last drop of alcohol isn't gone,after 12 hours, it will most definitely be reduced substantially. For more dwi info log on to http://www.dwi-news.blogspot.com Also remember to to click on a few of our sponsors ads to help keep us up and running so we can provide the most current dwi news and info. Drink responsibly.
It's idiots like you that kill people. Do me a favor and stay in CA.
Billy J

Denver, NC

#22 Mar 9, 2009
DUI laws are very unfair and the tests they administer are very unfair. Even if you win your case you will be found guilty because judges are afraid of losing their jobs. It is bad to drive when you are comatose but if you go out and eat dinner and have a few beers then get in an accident or get pulled over...if the cop smells it or just wants to take you in to see...you'll get a DUI. I personally think teenage drivers talking on the phone or texting while driving are more dangerous. Old people are dangerous too. I'm not talking old people in general, I'm talking the ones doing 35 in the passing lane during rush hour and the ones who cant tell the difference between the gas and brake pedals.
Billy J

Denver, NC

#23 Mar 9, 2009
The whole shibang is a money racket. The Government is like the mob...always looking to collect. Oh and the whole weight to drinks thing...thats total BS. Different people have different tolerances. I weigh 190 and I out drink my 485 pound buddy all the time.
Wagner

Simi Valley, CA

#24 May 13, 2009
Billy J wrote:
The whole shibang is a money racket. The Government is like the mob...always looking to collect. Oh and the whole weight to drinks thing...thats total BS. Different people have different tolerances. I weigh 190 and I out drink my 485 pound buddy all the time.
\
You buddy is obese.
Amused

Little Rock, AR

#25 May 26, 2009
This is all funny. None of this advice works and most of the comments are inaccurate and typical of just how naive, filled with misconceptions and clueless U.S. citizens are. Potatoes? Wait 12 hours until an attorney shows up? Government conspiracy theories? Cops are much smarter than any drunk fool trying to play games with them on the street. DUI laws and procedures in every state are very complex and cover a lot of ground and situations. Good cops know those laws and procedures very well. Trying to outsmart those laws and procedures from advice from people like www_Allthaclubz_com or some nonsense you heard from your friends to outsmart cops who do this stuff everyday will only lead to disappointment when it doesn't work out.

-Unless you study it like cops and lawyers do, YOU will never fully understand anything to do with laws and processes and WILL almost always be wrong about what you think you have a right to.

Here is some solid advice. If you are arrested for a DUI, by all means contact an attorney. That is your right. Just know that no attorney is going to be able rescue you. If you are drunk you are drunk and the cop has the control and discretion. DUI laws allow you to contact an attorney only decide whether to consent to a test or not. Nothing more. Cops are not concerned or intimidated by your attorney because in most cases they know more about the complexities of the DUI laws than the attorney you decided to call who helped you with your last divorce and will follow the procedures and deal with you appropriately.

Here is a novel idea. If you make a mistake own up to it and take responsibility for it. Much easier than blaming "the system", cops and judges.

-Just my two cents
Amused

Little Rock, AR

#26 May 26, 2009
Billy J wrote:
DUI laws are very unfair and the tests they administer are very unfair. Even if you win your case you will be found guilty because judges are afraid of losing their jobs. It is bad to drive when you are comatose but if you go out and eat dinner and have a few beers then get in an accident or get pulled over...if the cop smells it or just wants to take you in to see...you'll get a DUI. I personally think teenage drivers talking on the phone or texting while driving are more dangerous. Old people are dangerous too. I'm not talking old people in general, I'm talking the ones doing 35 in the passing lane during rush hour and the ones who cant tell the difference between the gas and brake pedals.
Why are the tests unfair? Have you gone through it a time or two and could not pass them because you were intoxicated? Are you aware that those test are standardized throughout the country and that a great deal of research over a period of years went into those test which has used thousand of test subjects at various levels of intoxication to formulate those test within an 80% or more degree of accuracy to determine if a person is intoxicated and should not be driving? Are you aware that the research eliminates the remaining 20% or so do to age, medical conditions and such who are not intoxicated?

Are you aware that the data gained from all of the testing and the formation of the field sobriety tests is extremely accurate but that the test alone are not the sole deciding factor? Cops must also combine the test with common sense. Such as "Billy J failed the test AND he stunk of alcohol, could hardly talk" and whatever else Billy J does when he gets drunk?

Billy J, your post is a little confusing. Says you, if you are found not guilty of DUI that somehow the judge finds you guilty anyway cause even though they have immunity they are afraid to lose their job over Billy J's case so they find you guilty anyway even if the evidence doesn't support it.

Are you drinking and driving now?

“Freedom is not free”

Since: Jun 07

Location hidden

#27 May 27, 2009
Anyone caught drunk operating motor vehicle on a public road should pay the price.

In Kentucky the law more or less reads "operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol or drugs.

It says nothing about the type vehicle or where.

If they wanted to do so they could haul you to jail for mowing your yard if you had three beers and you get a DUI.

They can and WILL give you a DUI for driving an ATV out in the middle of the woods alone.

You loose your DL and your car insurance goes up.

This is BULLSHIT.

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