Don't be foolish in April by failing an alcohol breathalyzer test.
The alcohol breathalyzer is used at roadside to measure the alcohol content in one's blood.
If the breathalyzer test indicates that your blood alcohol content is higher than .7%, you will be charged with driving under the influence of alcohol.
The liver is the organ that removes alcohol from your bloodstream.
A healthy liver can remove 1 ounce of alcohol every hour.
If you have consumed 2 ounces of alcohol, it will take the liver two hours to remove it from your blood.
If you have been drinking alcoholic beverages, and you consumed two or three beers or glasses of wine, you should not drive a vehicle before two or three hours, to allow sufficient time for your liver to remove the alcohol in your blood.
Don't be a fool in April by failing a breathalyzer test.
This information about the breathalyzer test, is provided to you by the Alpharetta, Georgia DUI defense attorney Scott Miller.
If you have questions for attorney Scott Miller, or if you have been charged with DUI, you may contact him at 770-408-1001 for a free consultation.