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An overview of the Blood Alcohol Content posted by Florida DUI Lawyer

The Blood Alcohol Content: What is it? *

Parks & Braxton, your resource for a Florida DUI Attorney , has provided this simple explanation of what Blood Alcohol is, and how it’s measured.

When alcohol is absorbed into the bloodstream, it is not chemically changed. When a person exhales, the alcohol in their blood passes lung’s air sacs (alveoli) and into the air. Since alcohol evaporates, it can then be measured in the air exhaled from the lungs.

The alcohol concentration in the breath is related to the alcohol concentration in the blood. The ratio of alcohol in a person’s breath to that in their blood is 2,100:1—2,100 ml of air contain the same amount of alcohol as 1ml of blood.
In Florida, the legal standard for drunkenness is 0.08 grams of alcohol per 100 ml of blood.

*This data is for background purposes and is not meant as a complete resource. It is for informational purposes only.

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