If you or a loved one have been convicted of a DUI in the state of Utah, or had your license sanctioned as a result of refusing or failing a chemical test, you are an alcohol restricted driver. That means that you are not authorized to operate a motor vehicle with any alcohol in your system whatsoever. The legal limit of .08 Blood Alcohol Concentration no longer applies if you are considered an alcohol restricted driver. The specification of this enforcement will appear on your driving record. The length of the prohibition depends on a number of different factors however. It could be affected by your age, how many other offenses you have had, and also how much alcohol was in your system at the time of arrest. If you drive with alcohol in your system during this period you will have your license revoked for a period of one year. It pays to know how to act and especially how not to act in the event of a DUI. Even though you may receive certain penalties for your actions, you can greatly help your situation by knowing your rights and then following the guidelines laid out for you by the court. Educate yourself on your options. Having a qualified and knowledgeable Attorney on your side can make a world of difference for you and for your family. Let Utah Freedom Fighters Fight for you!
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