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From: Spehro Pefhany
Subject: Re: Defeating Breathalyzer Ignition Interlocks
References: <3E160F0D.B23A8BE5@sympatico.ca> <3E165F62.email@example.com> <firstname.lastname@example.org> <3E17312C.email@example.com>
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Date: Sat, 04 Jan 2003 23:40:09 GMT
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On Sat, 04 Jan 2003 19:08:50 GMT, the renowned Fred Bloggs
>Three or four beers over even a one hour period should not put you near
>any reasonable limit.
Four ordinary 5% beers over an hour will put you close to or over the
0.08 limit unless you're over 200lbs. Three if you're more like
150lbs. Less if you're drinking stronger premium brands, more if it's
> Also, even though the offense has been elevated to
>the level of misdemeanor, it is still in the category of traffic offense
>which is traditionally classified as a public disorder. The second
>offense WILL be upgraded to a low end felony in some jurisdictions, and,
> depending on the BAC, could result in PRISON time versus just jail time.
The OP is in Ontario. There it *will* leave you with a criminal record
and out a lot of money. This may prevent the person from being able to
legally enter the US or other countries unless they receive a waiver
from that country or procure an expensive pardon.
Same thing for Americans wanting to travel, here's what the Canadian
Anyone with a criminal record (including a drunk driving conviction)
may be excluded from Canada. Contact the Canadian Embassy or a
Canadian Consulate in the U.S. for more information. A waiver of
exclusion may be issued but several weeks are required and a
processing fee must be paid.
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