85 Multiple choice questions
- tests (SFSTs)
- -avoid committing DUI, either by avoiding or controlling drinking prior to driving or by selecting
- intervene actively to prevent others from committing DUI (for example, public service announcements
against impaired driving)
-avoid riding with drivers who are impaired
facility, as defined by s. 316.1932(1)(c), F.S. Someone who is unable
to have withdrawn consent (such as an unconscious subject) is deemed to
have given consent to the test.
much alcohol is consumed, the length of time over which the alcohol is
consumed, the gender and physical size of the person, whether or not the
person has eaten, and various other factors
- DUI Citation
- alcohol or drug intake, medical conditions, and mental or physical disabilities
- 322.61, 322.62, 322.63, 316.1932,
and 322.64, F.S
- Standardized Field Sobriety Tests
- societal/law enforcement
- grams of alcohol in every 210 LITERS of BREATHS
- traffic stop
- driving while intoxicated (DWI)
- drugs are in the subject's system and are possibly causing the impairment
- impaired drivers
- grams of alcohol in every 100 MILLILITERS of BLOOD
- Miranda Warnings
- prove beneficial
- refusal to submit to a chemical test
- "urine results pending"
- monetary fines, imprisonment,and a temporary or permanent LOSS of driving privileges.
- alcohol does not effect everyone the same
- License Privilege Disqualification form
- one (1) year
- urine test
- presume that the person was under the influence of alcohol to the extent that his or her normal
faculties were impaired.
- tens of thousands
- elements of the crime that the prosecution must prove prior to the subject being
- 1. Breath Test
2. Urine Test
3. Blood Test
pattern, personal contact, and standardized field sobriety tests) in
determining whether the person was under the influence of alcoholic
beverages to the
extent that his or her normal faculties were impaired.
- • If violators believe there is a good chance they will get caught, some will avoid committing the offense
at least some of the time.
• Unless there is a real risk of being arrested, there will not be a fear of being arrested.
• Law enforcement must arrest enough violators to convince members of the public that they will be
caught if they continue to drive while impaired
- s. 316.193
- even if evidence finds that the operator,
while driving or in actual physical control, had a blood or breath alcohol level in excess of .05 but less than .08, that fact does not necessarily mean that the operator was not under the influence of alcohol or was to the extent that his or her normal faculties were
impaired.The jury MAY NOT PRESUME any conclusion that the violator was or was not under the influence of alcoholic beverages to the extent that his or her normal faculties were impaired.
- driving under the influence (DUI)
- -skill at detecting DUI
-willingness to arrest every DUI violator who is detected
-increase in DUI enforcement activity
- public service announcments (PSA) and promote other measures addressing impaired driving.
- exercises/evaluations (SFSE)
- reduce the number of impaired drivers through PREVENTION, EDUCATION, and DETERENCE
- required to submit
to a blood test according to s. 316.1933, F.S
- remove impaired drivers from the road to ensure public safety
- (law enforcement agencies). You must complete this form, notarize it, and forward it to the DHSMV
as part of the DUI arrest report.
- asked again for a blood sample.
- • There is reasonable cause to believe the individual was under the influence of alcohol or a chemical or
controlled substance while driving or in actual physical control of a vehicle.
• The breath test was impractical or impossible to give. (Document the reason why.) Ex: UNCONCIOUS
• The subject is at a medical facility for treatment.
- beer, wine, whiskey, liquors etc.
- FCIC/NCIC, DAVID databases, and/or criminal history
- fine motor skills, hand/eye coordination, and judgement.
- he/she is impaired
- first degree
- commercial motor vehicle in this state
- medical attention
- one (1) year for the FIRST refusal
- National Highway TRaffic Safety Admniinstration
- educate the public through SCHOOLS, CICIV GROUPS, SPECIAL EVENTS, etc.
- 24 hours
- law enforcement officer
- specified personnel
- eighteen (18) months
- a Uniform Traffic Citation for the charge of DUI based on the probable cause for the arrest
- law enforcement officer, corrections officer, or certified breath test operator
- breath test
- National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
blood kit has not expired, the blood is collected in the appropriate
vial, an authorized person collects the blood, and the vial labels
contain the subject's name, date, and the time the blood was collected
as well as the initials of the person drawing the blood
- Central Nervous System Depressant