The holidays, especially New Year's Eve, are a time for fun and celebration. When you don't celebrate responsibly, the consequences can be devastating. A charge of driving under the influence, or DWI, is a black spot on your record, but it doesn't have to be the end of the road. Knowing the law can help you survive the fallout from a DWI.
of .04%. If you've had more than 3 drinks in two hours (One beer, one mixed drink, or one glass of wine all count as 1 drink.), wait a while before getting behind the wheel. Remember, being under the influence of any drug while driving carries the same penalties as driving while drunk.