Calculate Your BAC
Attorney Paul Burmaster has more than 22 years of experience handling DUI cases. If you have been arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs, our firm will fight your charges from all angles. Contact our firm today if you have been arrested for DUI. If you have consumed alcohol and are considering driving, think twice. Use the blood alcohol content (BAC) calculator below to estimate your approximate level of intoxication before getting behind the wheel.
How to Use the BAC Calculator
Fluid Ounces Consumed: On average, a serving of beer is 12 ounces, a serving of wine is 4 ounces, and one shot of liquor is 1.5 ounces. This can help you estimate the number of ounces you have consumed.
Percent Alcohol: What was the alcohol percentage level of your beverage?
Your Weight in Pounds: Your weight can have a serious impact on your alcohol capacity.
Hours Consuming Drink: The faster you drink an alcoholic beverage, the stronger its impact will be on your mind and body.
The following BAC calculator is provided for information purposes only. It is not to be relied on for the purpose of consuming alcohol and operating a motor vehicle.