DISCLAIMER FROM LAW OFFICES OF JOHN KNAPPMANN:
The BAC calculator is only an approximation of an alcohol blood level of a person. It is NOT a concrete perfected scientific estimation (due to other factors that are not in the BAC calculator). Therefore do not rely on this estimation from the BAC calculator to be totally accurate. *Knappmann Law does not ever recommend anyone to ever operate a vehicle after drinking alcohol.
BAC Calculator Instructions
DISCLAIMER: This entire website should be strictly used as informational purposes only. It is not to be construed as legal advise or as a legal consultation since each individual case is unique. Check this website periodically for updates.
Click on the BAC calculator above to get an 'approximation' alcohol blood level (see disclaimer below).
1) Select your gender.
2) Choose your weigh type (pound or kilograms).
3) Enter your age.
4) Enter the time elapsed of your first drink (in hours or minutes).
5) Select your drinks. Do this by clicking on each drink type then selecting your drink from the drop down menu. If your drink is not listed then use the "click here" to enter your own amount, then enter the amount in ml, floz., or cl. Then click add drink. You can then proceed to add more drinks. Once your are finished, you can then click on the calculate button and see what the AC calculator results are for you.
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