DUI / DWI
Blog: DUI Maryland First Offense | DUI Maryland First Offense PBJ | Penalty for 1st Offense DUI
By: G. Randolph Rice, Jr. on March 6
DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE
What is the difference between DUI and DWI?
A driver may receive a DUI if he is operating a vehicle with a blood-alcohol content of .08 percent or above, regardless of whether his driving is impaired.
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What is the best possible outcome for a DUI charge?
For a first offense DUI, sometimes the best outcome is Probation Before Judgment or PBJ. A PBJ does not lead to conviction, which means you will avoid spending time in jail, and also escape a DUI conviction on your driving record, which results in points and higher insurance rates..
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