rule of thumb is .01 per 1 oz of hard liquor, so about 3 shots worh give or take burn off. lots of other factors go into a BAC. Don't know if that's bad or not. If it is a "not a drop" standard then it;s bad.
It depends on your weight, the amount of food you ate, when you drank in relation to the test and sometimes medical conditions. .01 per oz of 80 proof liquor is not a good rule of thumb unless you weight 280 lbs. The best rule to follow here is do not drink.
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