Could I have selected a blood test rather than a breath test during my DUI stop?
No. In Georgia, the officer has the choice of which chemical test to administer (blood, breath, or urine test).
If, for example, you are charged in Johns Creek, a good Johns Creek DUI attorney may help you to contest the results of a blood alcohol test. Just because you took the test that the police demanded, does not mean that test is admissible in court. If the test result is not admissible in court, the judge will not allow the prosecutor to use that evidence against you to try to prove the DUI charge.