Depending on state law, two common criminal offenses involving drinking and driving are DUI and DWI. So, what is the difference between a DWI and a DUI? For starters. DWI is an acronym for “driving while intoxicated,” and DUI is short for “driving under the influence.” Both terms are used to describe impaired or drunken driving. However, in most states, DWI is typically to impaired driving due to alcohol, and a DUI is used when the driver is charged with being under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
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