Driving With BAC .08 or Greater – CVC 23152(b)
Charged With DUI under CVC 23152(b)?
What exactly is DUI under CVC 23152(b)?
Under California Vehicle Code 23152(b), “it is unlawful for any person who has 0.08 percent or more, by weight, of alcohol in his or her blood to drive a vehicle.”
The measurement of the amount of alcohol in the blood has come to be known as blood alcohol concentration, aka, BAC. Law enforcement has many ways to measure BAC while investigating these cases. Typically the measurement of BAC requires a trained police officer and machines that are serviced by trained forensic experts. Effectively this evidence may be the difference in a DUI defense.
If you have been charged with CVC 23152(b), we can help!
There are legal ways to avoid many, if not all, of these consequences. A DUI is a misdemeanor case. This means that you have the constitutional right to a jury trial, to confront the witnesses accusing you, and to see the government’s evidence. There are defenses that can result in anything from a complete dismissal or acquittal of the charge to reduction in the charges or the penalties of the offense.
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