Q: Is a blood test enough evidence to prove one was driving under the influence?
I was arrested for felony DUI and child endangerment on Sunday and released the following Tuesday because no charges were filed. Will the DA still file?

A: It is likely that the district attorney will file and yes blood evidence is very reliable in terms of proving whether there was any drugs or alcohol in your system and it is used as evidence you really need to consult with an attorney the other thing is is there is a chance that you may get a knock on the door from the department of children and family services regarding the child and dangerous situation so once again you need to contact in attorney At your earliest convenience to get a consultation

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