The number 0.08% is important in South Carolina DUI (driving under the influence) prosecution.  That is true.  However, the state of South Carolina can and will aggressively prosecute a DUI against an individual who had less than a 0.08% blood alcohol content (BAC).

The state will do this because DUI requires, not a 0.08% BAC, but

  1. presence of alcohol or other intoxicating substance in the body, and
  2. impairment of ability to drive safely.

If an individual is physically impaired at the time of arrest, as evidenced in the police car video, the audio recording, or the officer’s testimony, a jury can, and some juries will, convict individuals who blow far less than a 0.08%.

The SC DUI Attorneys of Reeves, Aiken & Hightower

No matter what your blood alcohol concentration was, if you have been charged with DUI, you need experienced DUI representation.  At Reeves, Aiken & Hightower, you can trust that you will get the representation you deserve from attorneys with extensive DUI experience.  When you need help, call us at 877-374-5999, or contact us at this link, for a free, private consultation.