DUI Violations

In Wisconsin, there are a variety of ways that you can be charged with a violation of driving under the influence. These depend on two factors: your age and your occupation. When it comes to your age, all of those drivers under the age of 21 have a particular blood alcohol content level that they cannot exceed. If minors have a BAC over .02 percent, they will be charged with a DUI. For general drivers who are above the age of 21, they cannot exceed .08 percent. Finally, commercial drivers have a specific blood alcohol limit when they're out on the road, and it is .04 percent.