Blood Alcohol Concentration, or BAC, is one of those terms that are bandied about a lot but that few people fully understand. So, what follows is only a general overview of what the different BAC levels mean. By examining this BAC breakdown, you will hopefully come to a better understanding of what different BAC levels mean, and why the authorities take them so seriously.
The Different BAC Levels and Their Effects
It’s important to remember that like any other drug, alcohol affects different people in different ways. Therefore, you may not experience the same effects at the various BAC levels. However, most people will find that what follows accurately describes the effects that alcohol in their system will have upon them.
Understanding BAC and Your Body
This is, of course, just a general overview, and alcohol may affect your system differently. You can always purchase a consumer Breathalyzer device to gain a more thorough understanding of how your body functions at different BAC levels. However, remember that, in the eyes of the law, .08 is the limit. If you’re pulled over and register a BAC at this level or greater, you will be arrested for a DUI. If you need a California DUI attorney who can represent you, then get in touch with me today. I can be reached at (760) 635-0640 for a free consultation.
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