What is the Legal Limit for BAC in Utah?

duiIf you plan to drink alcohol in the state of Utah, make sure never to drive. The governor of Utah recently signed a bill into law that lowers the legal BAC (Blood Alcohol Content) limit to 0.05. This is the lowest BAC limit in the country. You should also be aware that the law also provides for serious penalties if you are convicted of a DUI in Utah.


What Can Salt Lake City DUI Attorneys Do to Help You?

If you were recently arrested for a DUI, don’t panic. This doesn’t have to mean that you will go to jail or have to pay huge fines. You also may not be in danger of losing your license or having it suspended. Of course, all of these penalties – along with long hours of mandatory rehab, traffic classes, and community service – are on the table if you are convicted.

However, there is no guarantee that you will be found guilty. An expert team of Salt Lake City DUI attorneys can help you get off the hook. It may be that the machine that was used to test your blood alcohol content was faulty. The test may have been administered to you under unusual or illegal circumstances that made it impossible to obtain an accurate sample of your real blood alcohol level.


Get in Touch with InfiniTeam Legal Solutions for More Information

If you believe that there were irregularities in the way that your blood alcohol content was tested, you can take action. Your best bet will be to get in touch with InfiniTeam Legal Solutions as soon as possible.

You don’t have to face huge fines and jail time for a crime you did not commit. Call us today to learn more about what we can do to help you avoid being convicted of a DUI in the state of Utah.


Our offices in Salt Lake City, UT provides legal services to the following counties: Davis, Weber, Cache, Morgan, Tooele, Summit, Iron and Washington Counties.


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Salt Lake City, UT 84111


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