Though often discussed, we find that many people do not know the legal definition of the criminal charge of Driving While Intoxicated are unfamiliar with the penalties for that offense. The following is a guide to the DWI laws and penalties in the state of Missouri.
Interesting article from the New York Times regarding technological advances in analyzing whether someone was texting while driving. Experts state that reaction times for people texting while driving is similar to DWI drivers impaired by alcohol.
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Last week, the Utah legislature voted to limit drivers to a blood alcohol content (BAC) of .05%, which would make the state the first in the union to adopt this lower BAC standard for their DWI laws. Governor Gary Herbert (R) is expected to sign the bill, which would reduce the current limit from .08% and make Utah the most restrictive state in America for those who consume alcohol and then choose to drive.