If you are drunk and driving in the state of Minnesota and you are pulled over, you could possibly be charged with two types of offenses.
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|Adam Lavayne Urban |
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|Arrested Oct 01, 2018|
• #1 3 deg dwi intoxicating substance
• #2 probation violation
• #3 probation violation
• #4 3 deg dwi controlled substance
• #5 2 deg cont subs sale heroin w/in 90 day period
• #6 3 deg cont subs sale narcotic
• #7 5 deg cont subs sale marijuana
Like most other states, Minnesota sets the maximum “per se” legal BAC at 0.08%. This means that if a driver has a . 08% BAC, there doesn’t need to be any other evidence of impairment to support a DWI conviction.