On the surface, Florida DUI law is simple: it's illegal to drive with a blood alcohol content of .08 or higher. However, the consequences for an arrest are anything but simple. It can be difficult to understand what happens on a first offense vs. a repeat offense, impairment by a substance other than alcohol, the accuracy of field sobriety tests, and many other factors. Turn to our DUI legal library to get the facts.
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Blood Alcohol Tests in Florida Drivers may be asked to submit to a blood alcohol test if an officer suspects drunk driving.
DUI in Florida? Here Are 10 Ways Our Fort Lauderdale DUI Lawyer Can Challenge the Charges When charged with DUI in FL, the situation doesn’t have to be as-is. Here are 10 ways our Fort Lauderdale DUI attorney can challenge the charges in Florida.
Changes to License Suspensions After Drunk Driving Arrest Florida DUI laws saw some major changes that will have a lasting impact on how to defend against a DUI.