Legal Limit

A term of art for the 'legal limit of blood alcohol' which in many countries is 80 mg/dL (0.08%) and 40 mg/dL (0.04%) for commercial drivers
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William Cavanagh was almost twice the legal limit when he was caught by police at Huxley Crescent, Gateshead, on January 31.
Anthony Glasgow was almost three times the legal limit when he was stopped by officers in Kibblesworth, Gateshead.
Melbourne, Aug 1 (ANI): Julia Gillard's partner was four times over the legal limit when he smashed his car while drunk several years ago in Queensland, according to court documents.
And in some cases these trucks carry more than the legal limit of 30,000kg.
After failing a breathalyser test, he was arrested and found to be three times the legal limit when he was stopped in June.
Drink-drive co-ordinator Gary Thompson said: "Even one drink can put you over the legal limit and so if you plan to drive, don't drink.
The court was told Adair's alcohol reading was 64, while the legal limit is 35.
Enam Ali, chairman of the 2,500 member industry body, said restaurateurs are forced to use close to the legal limit of additives to create the distinctive bright colour customers expect.
The Bank's deposits are federally insured up to the legal limit by the Savings Association Insurance Fund, as administered by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation ("FDIC").
A MAN was arrested after driving while more than three times over the legal limit.
BINGE Jamie Edward Capon, of Llanaelhaearn, Pwllheli, was more than five times the legal limit for driving, an inquest heard.
Bureiko was nearly three times over the legal limit when police stopped his Mercedes in the city centre in June.