Ruggs III was reportedly traveling at more than 150 MPH and had a blood-alcohol level “at least twice the legal limit” at the time of the accident.
Among Cevallos chief concerns about DUI laws are the uneven ways states handle drinking and driving, limitations in what can be charged in cases involving drinking and driving and difficulties associated with proving what it means to be impaired by alcohol. “All states have different laws, but they follow the same common theme. Drinking and driving is legal, unless or until the driver is impaired and incapable of safe driving. But what does that even mean?” asked the analyst.