Maybe. Section 316.1933, Florida Statutes, requires a person to submit to the administration of a blood test where an officer has probable cause (enough evidence to make a reasonable person believe a crime has been committed) to believe that a motor vehicle driven by someone who is under the influence of alcohol or certain controlled substances…Details
It is unlawful for any person to possess an open container of an alcoholic beverage while operating a vehicle or while a passenger in or on a vehicle being operated. Any operator of a vehicle who violates this law is guilty of a noncriminal moving traffic violation and will be fined. A passenger of a…Details
Driving while under the influence of alcoholic beverages or a controlled substance is one of the most serious traffic violations an individual can commit. In fact, it is classified as a crime and in some circumstances a felony. If you are found guilty of driving while under the influence (DUI), you are subject to heavy…Details
Drinking is a privilege regulated by state laws. The legislature has the power to determine who and under what conditions a person may drink alcoholic beverages.
The current legal drinking age in Florida is 21 (§ 562.11, Fla. Stat.).