If a person is under the age of 21 and is charged with DUI/DWI, the conviction and penalty can be stiffer than those for an adult. For example, the Blood Alcohol Concentration limit for adults is .08 percent but can be .02 percent or even .01 percent for people under the age of 21 in many states. License suspension periods and other penalties can also be more severe. Similarly, an adult who is driving while intoxicated faces stiffer penalties if there is a minor in the car.
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