ALL ABOUT THE ALABAMA DUI
Being arrested for driving under the influence can be a terrifying experience.
The attorneys at Dasinger Law Firm are committed to helping Alabama residents fight their charges in an effort to minimize the impact that a DUI has on their life.
Driving While Intoxicated (DWI) and Driving Under the Influence (DUI) are the same offense in the State of Alabama.
In Alabama, it is illegal to drive a vehicle with a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) level of .08% or more. The state places a .04% limit on commercial drivers. Drivers under 21 and those who operate a school bus or day care van have limits of .02%.
Find out the answers to the following most frequently asked questions and how they apply to you.
1. WHAT IS IMPLIED CONSENT?
2. UNDERSTANDING FIELD SOBRIETY TESTS.
3. UNDERSTANDING BLOOD ALCOHOL TESTING.
4. YES! YOU CAN BE ARRESTED FOR DUI EVEN IF YOU WERE NOT DRIVING!
5. KNOW THE LEGAL LIMIT AND YOUR PROBABLE LIMIT AT THE TIME OF DRIVING. Alabama is not a “zero tolerance” state—yet. It is not illegal to consume alcohol and drive a car, it is only illegal if you drink an amount of alcohol that renders you incapable of safely operating your vehicle or puts your BAC over the legal limit.
YOU HAVE 10 DAYS!!!
The 10-Day Limit TO KEEP YOUR LICENSE!!!!
Action needs to be taken immediately to preserve your privilege to drive after you've been charged with drunk driving. In fact, you have only 10 days from the date of your arrest to request a hearing appealing your pending administrative driver's license suspension.
IF ARRESTED FOR DUI, DO NOT PLEAD GUILTY. INSTEAD, HIRE A LAWYER WHO HAS DEVOTED HIS LEGAL PRACTICE TO DEFENDING MOTORISTS ACCUSED OF DUI.
Contact our office immediately to take this action and to start the process of preserving your driving privileges.
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