If you are getting a divorce, you already have plenty of worries on your mind. The last thing you want to deal with is something else that demands your emotions, energy and time. However, if you are facing a charge of operating a vehicle impaired, this is exactly what is going to happen.
A young driver who has been engaged in binge drinking before getting behind the wheel will obviously be a threat to other motorists. If a police officer arrests the driver for frunk driving or underage drinking and driving, the person will face stiff penalties. However, it may be a blessing in disguise, considering other possible consequences of drunk driving.
You have probably been to a social function where certain guests feel confident about their ability to drive despite having had a few drinks. One of the reasons for this is that everyone reacts to alcohol differently depending on their physiological makeup. While one person may not appear to be affected by having a glass of wine, someone else may feel dizzy or giddy and become sleepy or overly talkative. It only takes a few drinks to exceed the legal limit of 0.08 percent blood-alcohol content (BAC), but many experts feel there is cause for the legal threshold to be lowered.