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Drunk driving laws are strict in the State of California, especially for repeat offenders and drivers under the age of 21. The state has zero tolerance for drivers who are under 18 years old. Any DUI charge should be handled carefully with the help of an Orange County criminal lawyer who can exonerate and vindicate you. A lawyer can also help you understand the state's drunk driving laws that apply in your case, including the following:
• Repeat offenders with a BAC (blood alcohol concentration) of .01 or greater may not drive
• If you are under 18, you may not drive with ANY quantifiable blood alcohol concentration.
• Drivers under the age of 21 are not allowed to carry unsealed wine, liquor, or beer in the vehicle when driving alone, except for work related driving.
• If you are under 21, you cannot drive if your BAC is .01 or higher.
• Drivers under the age of 21 cannot consume any form of alcohol, including prescription drugs and cough syrup.
• If you have a commercial driver's license, you cannot drive any vehicle if your BAC is .04 or higher.
California's drunk driving laws are similar to many other states' DUI laws. In general, you are not allowed to drive when your BAC is .08 or higher. Understanding these laws is crucial when you have been charged with DUI, so call an Orange County criminal lawyer from the Law Offices of Stull and Stull for counseling and for advice on what to do.
Scan the QR code in this website or call 877-815-7421 for a free initial consultation with one of the lawyers from the Law Offices of Stull and Stull. We specialize in criminal defense and expungement of criminal records. We put our experience to work to defend your rights and be guided through California's criminal justice system.