If you or a family member have been arrested for a commercial DUI, it is imperative that you contact an experienced DUI attorney immediately.
If you hold a commercial driver’s license in Connecticut, you are held to a higher standard than those with a regular driver’s license. This includes both when you are operating your commercial vehicle and off the clock. For a person with a regular license, an elevated BAC is considered .08% or higher; however, if you have a commercial driver’s license that number .04%. The consequences for a commercial DUI conviction can be life-altering and potentially ruin your livelihood. You could have your license suspended, permanently revoked, or serve prison time.