Just a hang your hat.......keep in mind his exact BAC was not really reported...........it was reported at at least .15 because that constitutes "aggravated DUI" in Oklahoma.:
Studies in general have helped establish certain standards to identify drinking drivers. They are:
.01 to .04% BAC
A driver is affected.
Chances of an accident increase.
04 to .07% BAC
A driver is impaired.
Chances of an accident double. At this BAC level
the driver could be arrested for DUI.
.08% BAC A driver is intoxicated.
Chances of an accident are 6 times greater.
Driver is considered under the influence of alcohol.
Chances of an accident are 25 times greater than when sober.