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Public FAQ's

1. I have been arrested for driving under the influence and I provided a sample of my blood for testing.  How do I find out the results of my alcohol and drug testing or analysis?

The Crime Laboratory will provide a copy of your test results to you if you personally appear at the Crime Laboratory and present government-issued photo identification.  Your attorney or authorized representative may request a copy of your test results by mailing or faxing a written request on business letterhead and including written authorization by you or on a form provided by the lab. Another individual holding lawful power of attorney for you may also request your test results by making a request in writing and providing proof of the power of attorney.  The Crime Laboratory does not provide test results by telephone.

2. If I want a copy of my own test results, but I do not have an attorney or authorized representative and I cannot appear in person at the Crime Laboratory, how can I get my test results?

You may request a copy of your test results from the arresting agency or the prosecutor.  The Crime Laboratory does not provide test results by telephone.

3. Can I get a copy of the results of my alcohol and drug testing or analysis?

Yes. See the answer to FAQ 1.

4. What do these results mean?

The Crime Laboratory is prohibited by law from answering personal legal questions. For legal advice and information, you will need to contact an attorney in private practice.

5. What are the legal breath and blood alcohol limits and what are enhanced penalties for DUIs?

The Crime Laboratory is prohibited by law from answering personal legal questions. For legal advice and information, you will need to contact an attorney in private practice.

6. Okay, I have my results. What do I do now?

The Crime Laboratory is prohibited by law from answering personal legal questions. For legal advice and information, you will need to contact an attorney in private practice.

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