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Fight an aggravated DUI if you're placed under arrest

An aggravated DUI is not the same as a typical DUI charge, because it means you're driving with a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) well above the limit of .08 percent. Typically, the aggravated limit is between two and three times higher than .08 percent, making it extremely likely that you're too intoxicated to drive safely. The aggravated DUI level in Virginia is .15 percent.

DUIs impact drivers from all walks of life: What you need to know

DUIs are clearly dangerous. Everyone is aware that drunk driving can kill, and most people know that driving when they're intoxicated makes them react more slowly and less likely to respond to hazards in the roadway. Despite that, people do still get behind the wheel when they're intoxicated. These individuals put themselves and others at risk of being in a serious crash.

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