Here's a possible future scenario: You go out to dinner and have a couple of mimosas over the course of the meal. You're sure you're below the legal limit, and you certainly don't feel intoxicated -- so you see no problem with driving yourself home.
If you're a bit older, you may remember the time when each state had its own blood alcohol limit for drunk driving. You may even remember a time when it was more commonly .10, which is significantly higher than the standard .08 that is used today.
Do personal Breathalyzers actually work?
It's all too easy to end up with a drunk driving charge these days. Most people mistakenly believe that they're safe from charges as long as their blood alcohol content (BAC) is below .08. However, that not true.
In our last post, we talked about the massive financial consequences of a DUI. And in the post before that, we discussed the serious nature of a DUI charge, and how these offenses can leave the accused in a tough spot. Today, we want to give hope to those that are accused of this violation because there are indeed effective ways to defend yourself against the charges.