The New York Times recently reported that the NTSB (National Transportation Safety Board) made an official recommendation for all states to lower the legal alcohol driving limit to a .05 blood alcohol concentration (BAC). Currently, the blood alcohol legal level in California is .08.
We feel that if California lowers its legal limit for the state, it would be a mistake. There is already a generally accepted .02 margin of error in Breath tests. This would lead to a large increase in the number of false positives. It would make it far easier to be prosecuted unjustly for a DUI.
Below is a current BAC Chart which should help determine how alcohol relates to consumption: