Although a driver may not appear to be impaired by alcohol, it is still possible for them to have over 80 milligrams of alcohol in 100 millilitres of their blood. An individual’s blood alcohol concentration is determined by a breathalyzer machine, which analyzes breath samples and provides police with results indicating an individual’s blood alcohol concentration.
There is no exact amount of alcohol consumed per individual that can define the point at which they will be “over 80”. Numerous factors come into play, including height, weight, the timing of alcohol consumption, and rate of consumption. It is always better to be safe than sorry if you are not sure. If you are charged, always contact a Criminal Lawyer before making any statements.
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