This is not going to be the type of DUI you are accustomed to hearing about. It does not involve a high-sped chase, an ego-maniacal personality, or a horrid mug shot.
Now don't get me wrong--there is no such thing as an acceptable or good DUI. You should never drive when you think you might be under the influence. There are way too many accidents, injuries, and worse--deaths--every year in this country.
When popular announcer Al Michaels was busted it was roughly 10 PM and he was stopped at a check point. There he blew a .08, and failed the field sobriety test. He was booked and released around 4 AM-ish.