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  1. which an individual is presumed impaired and cannot legally operate a vehicle.
  2. remove impaired drivers from the road to ensure public safely.
  3. the public
  4. pending
  5. below
  6. ~legislators.
    ~non-governmental organizations.
    ~law enforcement organizations.
    ~ the media.
  7. The media
  8. DUI citation
  9. ~how much alcohol is consumed.
    ~whether or not the person has eaten.
    ~the physical size of the person.
    ~the gender of the person.
    ~the length of time over which the alcohol is consumed.
  10. active
  11. Behavioral
  12. ~ the blood kit has not expired.
    ~ the blood is collected in the appropriate vial.
    ~ the vial label contains the initials of the person drawing the blood.
    ~ the vial labels contain the subject's name, date, and time the blood was collected.
    ~ an authorized person collects the blood.
  13. 25;80
  14. have given consent to a blood test.
  15. unlawful alcohol concentration regardless of impaired.
  16. ~go-carts.
    ~golf carts.
  17. ~the alcohol concentration of the substances being consumed.
    ~the person's gender.
    ~whether and how much food the person has eaten.
    ~the person's weight.
  18. implied consent warning.
  19. operator
  20. urine
  21. Nervous
  22. Prosecutors
  23. ~permanent loss of driving privileges.
    ~monetary fines.
    ~temporary loss of driving privileges.
  24. deterrence
  25. When
  26. urine
  27. ~skill at detecting DUI.
    ~increase in DUI enforcement activity.
    ~willingness to arrest every DUI violator who is detected.
  28. psychophysical
  29. .015
  30. Florida's standard jury instructions.
  31. standardized
  32. enforce
  33. more likely than other drivers to take excessive risks and have slowed reaction times.
  34. ~ standardized field sobriety tests.
    ~personal contact.
    ~ driving pattern
  35. any approved chemical and / or controlled substance in their breath, blood or urine once they are lawfully arrested for committing an offense while driving or in actual physical control of a motor vehicle and under the influence.
  36. specified personnel
  37. concentration
  38. request a blood draw under implied consent.
  39. drug intake
    medical conditions
    alcohol intake
    mental disabilities
    physical disabilities
  40. implied consent
  41. 0.08
  42. deterrence
  43. make arrest when appropriate.
    administer field sobriety tests.
    record the evidence of a DUI offense.
    detect impaired driving.
  44. vehicle
  45. traffic fatalities.
  46. distribution
  47. bicycles;biking
  48. impaired
  49. responsible for working together to accomplish the goal of stopping DUIs.
  50. blood
  51. must require medical assistance for extremely impaired DUI subjects.
  52. 0.08
  53. often
  54. ~ the breath test was impractical or impossible to give.
    ~ there is reasonable cause to believe the individual was under the influence of alcohol or controlled substance while driving or in actual physical control of the vehicle.
    ~ the subject is at a medical facility for treatment.
  55. jury
  56. within
  57. affect a person's ability to drive to some degree.
  58. is not
  59. medical facility
  60. driving under the influence
  61. citation
  62. 0.05;0.08
  63. 210
  64. absorption
  65. faculties.
  66. NHTSA
  67. Implied Consent Warning
  68. societal
  69. blood alcohol (BAC) level or breath alcohol (BrAC) level.
  70. prevention
  71. Mothers Against Drunk Driving ( MADD) , create Public Service Announcements ( PSA) and promote other measures addressing impaired driving.
  72. read
  73. educate
  74. elimination
  75. implied consent warning
  76. he or she never drove onto a road or highway.
  77. 100
  78. metabolism.
  79. arrest enough violators to convince members of the public that they will be caught if they continue to drive while impaired.
  80. responsible
  81. tens of thousands
  82. some will stop committing the offense at least some of the time.
  83. numerous
  84. legally in actual physical control of the vehicle and can be arrested and prosecuted for DUI.
  85. less likely to wear seat belts.
  86. deterrence
  87. refusal
  88. indicate whether a person needs immediate medical attention.
  89. ~loss of judgement.
    ~loss of fine motor skills.
    ~loss of hand/eye coordination.
  90. modified from a national perspective to be specific to the state of Florida.