driving under the influence


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Driving under the influence. The act of operating a moving vehicle while under the influence of alcohol or other neuropharmacolic agents

driving under the influence (of alcohol)

DUI, driving while intoxicated, DWI Public health The act of operating a moving vehicle while under the influence of alcohol. See Alcohol, Moving vehicle accident.
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The effects of driving under the influence of both substances on individual persons depend on many factors, including amount consumed or smoked, body mass index, absorption into the bloodstream, age, sex, and alcohol or marijuana use habits and frequency.
Millbury, charged with driving under the influence of alcohol or .
the defendant was accompanied in the vehicle by a person under the age of 18 years at the time of the driving under the influence.
The perception of a higher risk of detection for driving under the influence of alcohol may deter more people from driving after drinking.
While the number of Californians arrested for driving under the influence in 2003 (the latest year available) is far lower than it was 24 years ago, it is still disturbingly high - 179,000, according to Thorp.
A MOTORIST stopped for driving under the influence told police he was "the king of Scotland".
Worcester, charged with driving negligently, driving under the influence of alcohol or .
Dubai: Some 106 drivers were caught driving under the influence of banned substances in Dubai between 2012 and 2013, according to recent Dubai Traffic Public Prosecution (TPP) statistics.
Motorists driving under the influence will be dealt with strictly and their cars will be confiscated for two months and their licenses suspended.
The South African visitor was handed the penalty by Abu Dhabi Criminal Court after he was found guilty of drinking alcohol without a license and driving under the influence of alcohol.
The study by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) found the rates of driving under the influence varied significantly among the states, with some topping 20 percent, like Wisconsin (23.
It looks like driving under the influence of alcohol has taken worrying proportions in our country," he said.

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