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Florida DWI Laws & Penalties
Driving while drunk is dangerous, and the penalties for doing so in Florida are extremely harsh.
The state is serious about curbing accidents from alcohol or drugs related crashes. Driving under
the influence (DUI) is defined as driving a vehicle while impaired with a blood-alcohol level
(BAC) of .08 or higher. A DUI will remain on the driver’s record for 75 years.
Young drivers under 21 years of age, found with a BAC of .02 or higher, are subject to an
automatic six-month suspension. The state of Florida has stringent driving laws. When a driver
is caught while driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol, he shall be liable to face state
charges. The driver has to act immediately. Otherwise, he or she may lose his driver’s license in as
few as 7 days.
If charged with a violation, the driver may face:
Heavy fines and penalties
Suspension of driving license and,
A possible jail term
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