The criminal offense may not involve actual driving of the vehicle,
but rather may broadly include being physically "in control" of a car
while intoxicated, even if the person charged is not in the act of driving. For example, a person found in the driver's seat of a car
while intoxicated and holding the car keys, even while parked,
may be charged with DUI, because he or she is in control of the vehicle. Florida permits enforcement of DUI/DWI
and OWI/OVI statutes
based on "operation and control" of a vehicle.
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