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Connecticut DUI/DWI Laws

HomeConnecticut DUI-DWIConnecticut DUI/DWI Laws

The three basic laws in Connecticut surrounding the Driving Under the Influence of or while Driving While Intoxicated with alcohol, i.e., DUI/DWI are as follows:

  • An individual’s Blood alcohol concentration (BAC) should be checked for DUI/DWI, and it depends upon the type of vehicle and the age of the driver.
  • A safe BAC percent, according to the laws of Connecticut is 0.08% in adults and 0.02% in the case of minor individuals, with an age less than 21 years.
  • The state laws also allow an implicit testing of BAC of the motorists and if found guilty can cancel the issued license of the drivers.

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