If an individual found driving under the influence or while intoxicated with drugs and alcohol, i.e., DUI/DWI in such a way that the Blood Alcohol Concentration (BAC) exceeds the legal limit which is generally 0.08%, it will be considered as a punishable offense.
This will be prosecuted under the criminal laws of the Mississippi state.
Statutes concerning Mississippi DUI/DWI:
Every individual driving a vehicle possibly submitted to a chemical test, which includes, blood, urine as well as breath analysis by the enforcement officer.
Refusing to take the test will lead to suspension of the license.
Measuring the BAC and the reports obtained are useful to record and charge an individual under DUI/DWI.
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