There are many things that influence the outcome of a blood alcohol test in New Jersey. First and foremost, the amount of drinks you consume and the rate at which you consume them plays the biggest role. Having two drinks in a half an hour is going to register higher than having three drinks over six hours. The amount of time that has passed since your last drink also matters.
With the nice weather that we are having now and will likely have throughout the summer, people are enjoying spending time out on the water. Now is a perfect time for everyone who plans on spending time out on the water to remember that operating any watercraft after consuming alcohol can lead to serious criminal charges. In some cases, doing so can also lead to accidents that cause injuries or fatalities.
In a recent report from Mothers Against Drunk Driving, New Jersey received only two out of a possible five stars for how it protects drunk driving victims. The organization says that over 50 percent of drivers who have a suspended license continue to drive.
When you get a DUI or a DWI, your license can be suspended. This means you're not to drive at all until you get it back, whether you're sober or not. If you are pulled over driving on that suspended license, you could face a number of punishments, including the following:
For those with diabetes, getting pulled over on suspicion of driving under the influence is a very real issue. The problem is that a diabetic low can bring about some of the same symptoms as alcohol, including: