29 Aug A Local DUI Attorney That Fights For You
Tammy Karas-Griggs is a local DUI Attorney that fights for you. When your blood alcohol content (BAC) is 0.08% or higher, you’re considered legally impaired in the U.S. You are certain to be arrested for suspicion of driving under the influence when your BAC is at or over 0.08%, you can still be charged if your blood alcohol content is at any level above 0.00%.
Tammy Karas-Griggs knows how a DUI on your record could change the course of your life, and will help you get back on track. Here in Louisiana, we love the nightlife. Many times, people think that if they have just a few beers that they can operate a vehicle, however, this is not true. Here is a general guide to estimate your BAC based on your body weight and speed of drinking:
One American standard drink will, on average, produce a Blood Alcohol Concentration of about 0.02, and most light and moderate drinkers will feel some subtle effects at this level. After a person has one standard drink:
- At 100 pounds, they will have a BAC of 0.04.
- At 150 pounds, they will have a BAC of 0.03
- At 200 pounds, they will have a BAC of 0.02
Two American standard drinks will produce a BAC of about 0.04. After someone has two standard drinks:
- At 100 pounds, they will have a BAC of 0.08.
- At 150 pounds, he will have a BAC of 0.05.
- At 200 pounds, they will have a BAC of 0.04.
On Average, three drinks will produce a BAC of 0.06. The negative effects of alcohol start to show at this level. After someone has three standard drinks:
- At 100 pounds, they will have a BAC of 0.11.
- At 150 pounds, they will have BAC of 0.08.
- At 200 pounds, they will have BAC of 0.06.
In an ideal world, we would all abstain from drinking when operating a vehicle. Tammy Karas-Griggs doesn’t live in an ideal world: she lives in reality. If you need help with your DUI or DWI charge, contact Tammy Karas-Griggs today.