Legal Advice for “BAC” — 22 results
Written by attorney Ethan Meaney, over 4 years ago. STAFF PICK
The level of blood alcohol content (BAC) at the time of driving is used as evidence that a person was driving while intoxicated (DUI). It is illegal in all states to drive if your BAC level... more
Written by attorney Robert L. Keates, over 4 years ago. STAFF PICK
BAC Blood Alcohol Concentration Levels Overview Explaination for Austin DWI Arrests
Blood alcohol concentration levels, or BAC, is a number typically expressed in a percentage that... more
Written by attorney Michael Kraut, 6 months ago.
Just because a breath or blood test comes back showing a BAC of 0.08 percent or above, this evidence is not immune from attack. With the help of a skilled attorney, a DUI defendant can... more
Written by attorney Jeffery L. Greco, about 3 years ago.
Chemical testing plays a major role in the arrest and conviction of DWI cases. However, what many people do not realize is that they have rights concerning these tests and that the evidence... more
Written by attorney Chason Smith, 8 months ago.
This guide provides details on the latest laws regarding BAC levels and interlock divides and commercial CDL vehicle BAC levels. Recent Changes: A Blood Alcohol Content (BAC) over .15,... more
Written by attorney Jasen Nielsen, almost 2 years ago.
The penalties involved in aCalifornia DUI case are potentially even worse in cases with an elevated BAC. Exactly what these penalties include and at what alcohol level differ from county to... more
Written by attorney Matthew Keenan, almost 2 years ago.
Your driving was actually just fine, but your breathalyzer was well over the legal limit. Or maybe you swerved all over the lane, but you only blew a .04. Either way, you can be found... more
Written by attorney Jonathan Lucero, almost 2 years ago.
In order to get back into your driver’s license you must wait until your eligibility date in order to actually RECEIVE your license. However, It will be necessary for you to begin the... more
Written by attorney Douglas Marsico, over 2 years ago.
A very common question is whether a person should refuse to take a breath or blood test to determine blood alcohol content.My advice is to take the test, especially if you are a first time... more
Written by attorney Gregory Wagner, over 4 years ago.
If you have been charged with DUI and your license has been taken by police officer then you have 10 days to apply for a Formal Review hearing to ask DHSMV to set aside suspension.