Don’t Drink Too Much And Drive Or Anything Else….

You don’t have to be drunk to be charged with a DUI. You just have to have a blood alcohol level of .08 or over (California) and bam, guilty for drunk driving. Each person’s blood alcohol content from drinking certain amounts of alcohol will vary, depending upon a number of factors. The main factor is your weight. To calculate your blood alcohol content based upon having normal drinks such as a 12 ounce beer, a 4 ounce glass of wine, or a single mixed drink containing a one ounce shot of 100 proof liquor, the following rule of thumb is an illustration (library.findlaw.com):

120 lbs:
one drink in one hour – .032
two drinks in one hour – .064
three drinks in one hour – .096

180 lbs:
one drink in one hour – .021
two drinks in one hour – .042
three drinks in one hour – .063
four drinks in one hour – .084

Alcohol temporarily physically impairs the bodies normal functions. Below is a video clip of what Alcohol can do, HA HA!:

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