What is a restricted license?
When drivers convicted of DUI lose their licenses, they can petition the court for a restricted license allowing them to drive for the limited purpose of commuting to work or school. The court has great latitude to decide whether the convicted driver is a good risk for a restricted license.
What is “baby DUI” in Florida?
Drivers under the age of 21 are not permitted to consume alcohol, so when they drink and drive, they face higher scrutiny. The “zero tolerance” policy for underage drinking and driving allows police to arrest young drivers with a BAC of just .02 percent. Penalties for baby DUI are not as serious as for standard DUI, but that is true only if the driver’s BAC is below the standard level of .08 percent.