Estimate If You May Be Over the Legal Limit
A blood alcohol content (BAC) test can be administered by a law enforcement
official if you are suspected of driving under the influence of alcohol.
In the state of Missouri, driving with a BAC level over 0.08 is warrant
for being charged with a DWI and could result in fines or jail time. Our
BAC calculator can help estimate what your BAC may be after consuming
alcohol. While this can be seen as a guide, the information is not 100%
accurate and should not be relied upon as a safe indication to drive.
Enter your information to calculate your BAC.
Disclaimer: Please note that our BAC Calculator is just an estimate and not 100% accurate.
Your actual BAC is dependent on many factors including (but not limited
to) your emotional and physical condition, overall health, and other substances
recently ingested (i.e. food, water, drugs, etc.). Do NOT consider this
a guideline for how much you can drink and still drive responsibly, or
avoid being arrested!
When the BAC level of a person is evaluated, there are multiple components
that are involved in the calculation including a person’s weight,
their gender and the amount of alcohol that was consumed. Use the BAC
calculator provided by the DWI attorneys at Millikan Wright, LLC in St.
Louis to evaluate your BAC levels.
Should you decide to
refuse a BAC test in St. Louis, our DWI attorneys have extensive experience with drunk driving cases
and evaluating the evidence used in your case to seek for the charges
to be dropped. Without a BAC test, evidence in the case could be severely
limited and could lead to a dismissal of all charges. At Millikan Wright,
LLC, we are dedicated to retaining your freedom, ensuring your rights
are maintained, and fighting for fair representation.
Contact our firm today!