Connecticut DUI Lawyers for Commercial Drivers
Stringent Standards for Commercial Vehicle Operators
In Connecticut, the laws with respect to alcohol consumption and commercial
vehicle operators are different than for those driving passenger vehicles.
Commercial drivers are held to much more stringent standards, even if
they are not driving while fulfilling their employment duties. While the
legal blood alcohol concentration limit is .08% for non-commercial vehicle
drivers, this limit is reduced to .04% for commercial vehicle drivers.
Commercial drivers who have .08% or more alcohol in their system are said
to have elevated blood alcohol concentrations, and may face even more
Schedule an initial consultation, free of charge, online or call (844) 913-7747.
Penalties for Commercial DUI
If you have been arrested and charged with a commercial DUI, you risk losing
your license for a year and a 90-day suspension on your vehicle. In addition
to this, if this is your second offense, you could be facing a lifetime
CDL revocation. While Connecticut does have a diversionary program called
the Alcohol Education Program for first-time offenders, CDL holders are
now prohibited from enrolling in it. Because of this, it is absolutely
essential to retain the services of knowledgeable Connecticut DUI attorneys
to fight the charges and help you keep your CDL license.
At Tomeo Sills, LLC, we offer:
- 45 years of combined experience in the legal field
- An in-depth knowledge of how to handle all types of DUI cases, including
those for commercial drivers
- The resources of a large firm with the quality, personalized attention
of a small firm
Tomeo Sills, LLC: Fighting to Help You Keep Your CDL License
If your driving privileges and job future are at stake, it is crucial to
act immediately. Our Connecticut DUI lawyers can quickly start work on
your case and do everything in our power to help you keep your CDL license.
Don’t let a DUI ruin your career or future.
Please give us a call to allow us to begin working on your commercial DUI case.