In an article published by PR Newswire  Lawrence Taylor a South California attorney and author of Drunk Driving Defense, claims that smokers might get into trouble when undergoing a breath test because of incorrectly high breathalyzer test results. Studies have shown than smokers have a higher concentration of a molecule acetaldehyde than non-smokers and that molecule is sadly enough very similar to the ethanol molecule the breathalyzers look for. As a result you may end up with an incorrectly high reading when tested. Especially long-term smokers run this risk.

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