It is illegal to operate a motor vehicle in the State of Georgia with a Blood Alcohol Content or BAC of .08 or above. Did you know there are also separate, lower limits of BAC for under 21 drivers as well as commercial drivers?
How many drinks can I drink and still be under the legal limit? There's no easy answer. Each person is different. There are a few factors involved: weight, body fat percentage, and the length of time since your last drink. These can all play a part in determining whether or not you are drunk. Your BAC could go up as much as .05 percent with each drink! It only takes a little alcohol to become legally drunk. Your best DUI defense begins HERE.