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Connecticut DWI Legal Information
A driver can be charged with an offense of Driving Under the Influence (DUI) in the state of
Connecticut. This offense is also known as Driving While Intoxicated (DWI).
Connecticut’s Implied Consent law states that drivers who are driving a vehicle in the
Connecticut state is bound to allow a test to determine their blood alcohol concentration (BAC).
The law enforcement staff has been provided with an Intoxilyzer 5000EN machine to administer this test. In case a driver’s BAC is found 0.08 or above, they shall be
considered under the influence of drugs or alcohol and would be legally dealt with. But, if the
driver’s age is less than 21 years, the driver shall be considered to be under the influence of
alcohol and shall be charged with the Connecticut laws.
Impaired driving condition due to the effects of drugs or alcohol is a criminal offense in this
state. The BAC is conditional. Even if the BAC is found to be below the prescribed limit, a driver
may still be charged if he is found incapable of safe driving condition.
A driver who is found to have committed an offense under DUI shall have his or her license
suspended automatically unless a request is made for obtaining the restoration of the license or
privilege to drive in Connecticut. The offender shall face two legal forums:
Shall face criminal court system with the possibilities of jail, fines, probation, and license
Shall face legal proceedings at the Department of Motor Vehicles.
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