As one of my clients would tell you, it is not illegal to have a .10 blood alcohol concentration (BAC) 30 minutes after driving. What matters for a DUI is your BAC being below the California limit of .08 at the time of driving.
Here’s how my client, whose blood alcohol level was .10 after driving, was able to avoid a DUI and maintain his driver’s license.
As a criminal defense lawyer with more than 19 years of focus on juvenile delinquency, one of the questions I hear often is “Can children be tried as adults?” The short answer is “yes”, but only when specific conditions are met.
Teens can be tried as adults if:
They are 16 or 17 years old on the date the alleged crime is committed