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    Egan's BAC Tracker

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    When used correctly, this application can track your BAC level over the course of an evening, whether you’re drinking pints of beer, small glasses of wine or double martinis! Simply enter your drinks as you consume them, and based on your weight and gender the chart will tell you when you will return to under .08% blood alcohol level! Developed by well-known DUI lawyer James C. Egan of Seattle, Washington, this app is a lifesaver for avoiding per se DUI in any state. Other great features of the app: Bartender Ninja sobriety game (break those bottles!), text of the popular article “What you should know before being stopped for DUI,” by James Egan, an easy way to record an officer’s conversation (legal to do in Washington State!), and an easy way to call or text messages to James Egan personally, and set up a Skype/ Facetime consultation. Best of all, it’s perfectly free!”

    This app is provided as a resource by The Law Offices of James C. Egan PLLC, includes James C. Egan, a former prosecutor and public defender, Karl J. Verzani, Jay W. Wilkinson and Lynda J. Stone, experienced criminal trial attorneys. You will find us in downtown Seattle in the heart of historical Pioneer Square at First Avenue and Yesler Way. We have a combined 52 years of experience in matters involving DUI defense, civil rights, personal injury, and other misdemeanor defense cases in Seattle and surrounding cities and towns.

    The Blood Alcohol Concentration calculator is for entertainment purposes only and is not intended to provide scientifically accurate results of a person level of intoxication.

    Users review

    from 10 reviews

    "OK"

    4.6

    Users comments for Egan's BAC Tracker

    Marius Volkhart

    by Marius Volkhart

    Jan 06, 2016  |  "Poor"

    Cluttered and ugly

    Ross Edelman

    by Ross Edelman

    Jul 11, 2014  |  "Poor"

    As a former iPhone user I know the iPhone version of this app is much better. However while using that app with a galaxy s5 the bottom part of the vertical axes are cropped off and the red dot always stays at the bottom. Graphics are really messy and buggy. I suggest as a developer you should Google responsive app development. Also deleting a drink the graph is still there.