More BAC than Could Be Tested

The legal blood alcohol limit (BAC) in the U.S. is .08, after which a person is arrested for alcohol related driving charges like DUI or DWI. This level is tested at sobriety checkpoints and traffic stops by Breathalyzer devices. According to Huffington Post, however, a recent traffic stop in Iowa became a lesson in just how high a person’s BAC could register. A man was pulled over under the suspicion of drinking and driving, and when he blew into the Breathalyzer, his result first measured over .467 then simply had a reading that stated, “HI.” Read more here: Levi Carter Arrested For DWI After Blood Alcohol Level Allegedly Too High For Breathalyzer

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