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putative
generally regarded as such; supposed. Examples: putative father, putative marriage. A putative marriage is an apparently valid marriage, entered into in good faith on the part of at least one of the partners, but that is legally invalid due to a technical impediment, such as failure to divorce previous spouse. putative father - The alleged or reputed … Full Definition »
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driving under the influence (DUI)
is a crime of operating a vehicle when concentration of alcohol in your blood exceeds legally allowed level (.8 or above); or under the influence of drugs. Alcohol level of .8 means a 8/100ths to one-tenth of one percent by weight of alcohol to the weight of blood. If you are stopped by a police officer who believes you are under the influence of … Full Definition »
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