When discussing DUIs or any criminal law, it is important to keep in mind that, according to the US Constitution, the state has to prove you are guilty of the crime you've been accused of. One of the most common ways for the state to try and prove a DUI charge is by using a blood test. The government will use these tests to show that your blood alcohol content was greater than the legal limit of .08%.

Even if your blood test comes back over the legal limit, you still may have a case. As a former prosecutor, Jason Slider knows how to challenge blood tests based on the way that the police obtained the blood sample for testing and a number of other ways, such as how your sample was:

  • Obtained
  • Transported
  • Stored
  • Tested

The US Constitution protects people from unreasonable search and seizures. The right to control the collection of and access to your blood, the very basis of your body, is sacred. If the test was conducted in a way that was invasive, or the police did not have the appropriate basis or permission to conduct a blood test, then an experienced defense lawyer can get the charges against someone dismissed.


When challenging a blood test, it makes a difference to have an attorney who knows how the State works to convict you. Jason Slider has over 18 years experience trying DUI cases on both sides. Before he became a defense attorney, Slider worked as a state prosecutor and that gives him unique insights into the way DUI cases and blood tests must be handled. As a result, he is uniquely qualified to provide an aggressive defense against DUI charges, and his performance has earned him some of the highest honors the DUI defense industry can offer, including awards for client satisfaction.