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California Blood Alcohol Content (BAC) Limit – Lawyers Helping San Diego Residents Fight DUI/DWI Charges

This blood alcohol content level chart is based on widely-publicized research data. This chart is for informational purposes only so it should not be used for determining how much alcohol one can consume before engaging safely in such activities as driving a car, motor cycle, and other motor vehicles.

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What is blood alcohol content level for DUI? Blood alcohol content (BAC), also known as blood alcohol concentration, blood alcohol impairment, blood ethanol concentration, or blood alcohol level is the amount of alcohol in an individual’s body, which is measured by the weight of the alcohol in a volume of blood.

When it comes to measuring an individual’s blood alcohol level, many variables are taken into consideration, such as the following:

  • Metabolism
  • Food consumption
  • The time period over which the alcohol was consumed
  • Gender

What Is The Blood Alcohol Content (BAC) Legal Limits In California

The key factor in almost all cases of driving while intoxicated or under the influence of drugs is what a person’s blood-alcohol level is and whether is it is over the legal limit or not. In California, it is against the law to drive with a BAC of .08% or more for non-commercial drivers, 04% or more if you drive commercial vehicle, or .01% or more if you are under the age of 21.

Basically you are considered “buzzed” in California if one of the DUI tests administered on you is a blood alcohol level test and the result shows .08 or above.

It is easy to think that one bottle of beer or a glass of wine or liquor is not enough to be buzzed or reach the legal limit, but that little drink can still be unsafe. Not only can you put yourself in harm way, you can harm others if you decide to drink and drive.

If you are out drinking or at home drinking you should consider the options below before getting behind the wheels:

  • If are at home wait until the time when you are sober.
  • Pick a non-drinking friend or family member as a designated driver.
  • If you are out ask your host if you can stay at his or her house until you are clearheaded.
  • Call a taxi

San Diego DUI Experts Defending Blood Alcohol Content Test Charges

Even though BAC level is set at .08 percent in California, the formula is complicated and is not 100% accurate. One of the things that complicates the test is that the test is based on the BAC level at the time of driving not at the testing time.

Because of these flaws, the blood alcohol content formula is very challengeable in court with the well-experienced defense law firm.

Our defenses lawyers are familiar with the blood alcohol level formula flaws and other factors at play because of our successful resolution of hundreds of drunk driving cases. Our expertise is critical in exonerating you or getting you judgment in your driving while intoxicated charges.

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