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Ethanol does not have that long of a half-life. It will disappear much sooner than 80 hours. Ethanol disappears from the body at an average rate of 10-20mg/dl/hr. This is actually zero order kinetics for those who might wish to quibble.

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Alcohol testings are widely done in most part of the world but most of them fail to learn about the best testing method for the suspect. I have recently got a simple alcohol testing device at http://www.spy3k.fr/TESTEUR_DALCOOLEMIE_AL-7000.html .

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There was obviously a mistake made somewhere in the testing process,dan.In most states the legal limit for intoxication,while behind the wheel anyway.is .08% b.a.c.,or blood alcohol content and a .327 8 hrs after you quit drinking would have meant you had to start out somewhere around a .50 or .55 ...

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http://www2.potsdam.edu/hansondj/DrivingIssues/1127227453.html Alcohol is metabolized at the rate of .015 of blood alcohol concentration (BAC) every hour. Thus a person with a very high BAC of .15 will have no measurable alcohol in the bloodstream after ten hours (.15 divided by .015 = 10). Here ...

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.o74 is below the per se limit in all of the lower 48....that being said although the blood alcohol test is a very accurate measure of ones true blood alcohol content you would be best advised to contact an attorney who specializes in dui defense and discuss a potential defense related to blood ...
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