Driving Under the Influence

Driving Under the Influence

Driving while under the influence of alcohol and drugs is a serious crime, one that can lead to all sorts of troubles for those on and off the road. Known as ‘Driving Under the Influence’ (DUI) and ‘Driving While Intoxicated’ (DWI), a person charged and found guilty of it will face fines and jail time. However, to understand the finer details of the laws, you will need the help of a criminal attorney or a specialized DUI lawyer.

Consequences of Intoxication

The impact alcohol and drugs can have on someone can vary greatly from person to person, as different individuals have different tolerance levels. But no matter the amount, a driver’s ability will be affected by the alcohol or drugs in the body, creating a risk for causing a traffic collision or accident. To practice safe and defensive driving, one must be able to make good decisions and quick reactions while on the road - all of which can and will be impeded when intoxicated.

Consequences of Intoxication

Hinders Coordination

Safe driving involves using eye, hand, and foot coordination. These crucial motor skills are what prevents accidents from happening, and thus will be made less effective with the consumption of drugs and alcohol.

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Slows Judgement

A driver’s ability to make clear decisions on the road is essential to keeping themselves and others safe. As alcohol and drugs affect the mind a driver won’t be able to make the right decisions.
Since the laws, such as drunk driving laws, may vary depending on the state, it is advisable to get a reliable and versed lawyer who can help you get proven help through our rehabilitation at Precision Recovery rather than jail time.

Lowers Concentration

Driving requires great degrees of concentration, from watching the road and checking signals to noticing or hearing other vehicles around you. When hindered by alcohol or drugs, a driver won’t be able to stay alert.

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Getting a DUI Lawyer or Criminal Attorney

Under Federal law, a DWI is driving a motor vehicle with a BAC (Blood Alcohol Content) of 0.08 or higher. What counts as a motor vehicle may range from a car to a golf cart. As mentioned, each state has its own laws for DWI or DUI convictions, ranging from jail time, paying fines, or having your license revoked. These consequences can really impact your life in many ways, such as costing you work opportunities, adding to financial difficulties, and even increasing your insurance rates. With the help of a DUI or criminal lawyer and Precision Recovery’s rehabilitation specialists, you can have a real chance at staying clean for good and out of jail.


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Precision Recovery would be more than happy to assist you in DWI recovery. Contact us today so we can take a look at your case.

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