Yes, a person can be guilty of drunk driving in Florida if they only had one drink. This is because the legal limit for driving while under the influence (DUI) in Florida is 0.08% blood alcohol concentration (BAC). If a person’s BAC is higher than this amount, they are considered to be legally impaired and can be charged with DUI.
Even if a person has only had one alcoholic beverage, it may still be enough to push their BAC above the legal limit. Factors such as body weight, gender, and even food intake can play a role in how quickly alcohol is metabolized by the body. Therefore, it is possible that someone who has had just one drink could exceed the legal BAC limit and face DUI charges.
For these reasons, it is important for people to understand their own personal limits when it comes to drinking and driving.