Different people react to alcohol in different ways, and the amount required to affect an individual's behavior varies from one person to the next. This can make it difficult to ascertain how much a person's judgment may have been impaired by intoxication. However, limits are enforced by law to discourage people from driving under the influence. In Florida, the legal limit for blood alcohol content is 0.08.
Drunk driving charges result in many consequences in Florida. Not only is there the potential to lose one's driver's license and face fines, probation and even jail time, but DUI convictions can also severely limit educational and career opportunities down the line.