My question involves criminal law for the state of: California
I was hoping to get some help here. A few nights ago I got pulled over for not using my blinker. I had had 2 drinks over a course of 4 or 5 hours and was on my way home. The officer proceeded to do all of the field sobriety tests, all of which I passed. He then did a breathalyzer and I blew .08. So he did another one and I blew .081. He then told me that he had to take me to jail. He had me get into my car and pull it into a proper spot and then went with him to the jail. Once I was there he told me that he was probably only going to keep me there for 4 hours or so and then let me go. He also gave me an option of having another breathalyzer or having my blood drawn once at the station. I chose blood. This took them about an hour to finally do. Then I was informed that my bail was being posted, which confused me because he told me that he was going to let me go. I don't know what my blood results were and I'm also feeling like I know nothing about what is happening.
I've never been in this situation before and I don't know exactly what I can do. I feel like if the breathalyzer was different from one minute to the next, then what if he had taken it a third time? Can I fight this? More importantly, would I win?
Any advice or information would be greatly appreciated.