Is it legal to sign a contract under the influence of alcohol?
In NC what is the legal blood alcohol limit if it is determined the operator was Boating Under the Influence of Intoxicants?
In Hawaii what is the legal blood alcohol limit if it is determined the operator was Boating Under the Influence of Intoxicants?
If you mean other than by alcohol, then yes. You are considered intoxicated if you are under the influence of any chemical substance. If under the influence of drugs such as heroin, meth, or any other drugs, legal or otherwise, you are considered intoxicated, though it's common practice to use 'intoxicated' to only describe those under the influence of alcohol.
Does the mere smell of alcohol constitute 'Under the influence' or does the person need to behave irrational?
In Virginia boaters with the blood alcohol content over what percent are considered operating under the influence?
Virginia law states that a person is considered to be "under the influence" if: He or she is 21 years of age or older and has a blood alcohol concentration of 0.08% or higher, or is under the influence of alcohol and/or drugs to a degree which impairs his or her ability to operate safely. He or she is under 21 years of age and has any measurable blood alcohol concentration (0.02% or higher), or…
Technically speaking, not legal. However, as they say, "the devil is in the details". First, one would have to prove that the person signing the will was actually under the influence of alcohol at the very moment the will was signed. If there are hospital BALs (blood alcohol levels) which can prove this, then there is a case to be made. Secondly, it must be proven that, when the person signing is/was sober, his/her intent…
What is the legal term for driving a car or other motor vehicle when you have a certain BAC or above?
In the US, depending on which state or jurisdiction you are in, it is called Driving Under the Influence (DUI) or Driving While Intoxicated (DWI). Some states use DUI as driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs. In some jurisdictions, you can be charged with DWI or DUI even if your do not meet the Blood Alcohol Concentrations (BAC) levels for legal intoxication. In Canada the similar charge is Driving while Impaired (DWI).
I think that driving under the influence of alcohol is stupid, If you have ever been drunk you know that you don't really have control over your actions while the alcohol is effecting the brain. As for driving under the influence of other things, such as marijuana, that's fine, because its hella easy.
What is the effect on car insurance premiums for a first second and third offense for a minor who drives under the influence of alcohol?
Depends what you mean by under the influence. Generally speaking, the more intoxicated you were, the less likely it is that the contract can be enforced, as you usually have to be able to understand what you are agreeing to. However, that's not really a comprehensive answer and there are a number of other factors that will come into play, like if the other party knew you were intoxicated, if you have already partially followed…
You must be under the influence of alcohol or an I'll if all drug to be charged with a dui A true B false?
The judgment of a person under the influence of alcohol will be impaired, as will their physical coordination. The person can become a danger to themself, to others, or to property, because they aren't competent to judge whether their behaviour is risky. They might attempt actions they'd never consider when sober. This is why it is illegal to perform certain tasks - such as driving a motor vehicle - while under the influence of alcohol…