Overview of DUI
MR. MYLES L. BERMAN® – asa* Myles Bermen: In California, generally, when a person is arrested for DUI, they’re facing two charges. The first charge is Driving Under the Influence, and in that charge, a person can actually be below what’s known as the legal limit of a 0.08. On the other charge, that’s actually driving with a 0.08 or greater, in your blood, at the time of driving. Blood Alcohol Concentrations (BAC) can be used to prosecute a person for either the first charge, driving the influence, or the second charge, driving with a 0.08 or greater. *means “also spelled as”
Description: Generally there are two charges in a DUI case: driving under the influence and driving with a BAC 0.08 or higher.
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