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Can you be charged with Operating while Intoxicated if you are operating a vehicle exclusively on your own private property?
To be convicted of Operating while Intoxicated, the State must prove that you were operating a vehicle while intoxicated. Under some circumstances, the consumption of alcohol after operating the vehicle can be a winning defense.
To be convicted of Operating while Intoxicated, the State must prove that you were operating a vehicle. Under Indiana law, “Operate” means to navigate or otherwise be in actual physical control of a vehicle.
If your breath or blood alcohol level is .08 or above, you will be arrested and charged with Operating while Intoxicated in Indiana. What happens if you test under that?