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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And scientists have called for the law to be changed to lower the legal limit of booze in the wake of their findings.
| A DRINK-DRIVER caught more than three times the legal limit was driving 500 yards to the shop, a court heard.
Police in Cleveland, Ohio, are investigating the hospitalization of a seven-month-old baby whose blood alcohol concentration (BAC) level was three times the legal limit for an adult driver.
Results released by the force show that 84 people failed roadside drug tests and 83 blew over the legal limit for alcohol.
Officers stopped the 41-year-old who had been driving 76km over the legal limit and tested him for alcohol.
The 11 drivers | A 31-year-old man was stopped on Fabian Road in Eston and blew three times over the legal limit, police also found a quantity of powder, believed to be cocaine.
Gardiner, of Uplands Avenue, Connah's Quay, was found to have 3.1mgs of delta-9-tetrahydrocannibinol - the active ingredient of cannabis - in his blood - above the 2 microgram legal limit.
A DRINK-DRIVER has been caught over the legal limit for the third time in seven years.
David McKenna appeared at Hamilton Sheriff Court last week and admitted getting behind the wheel when he was almost over four times the legal limit.
It reportedly contains less than .5 percent alcohol, which is the legal limit allowed for alcohol in food products in Taiwan's market.
The ministry's Cambodia Import-Export Inspection and Fraud Repression Directorate-General (Camcontrol) is confiscating the product and warning distributors about Uberti's bitter apricot almonds after inspectors in France found that they contains more than 500 milligrams of hydrogen cyanide per kilogram, far above the legal limit of 20 milligrams per kilogram.