Dui Penalties

Breath Test Under .15% Or No Breath Test But Not A Refusal

DOL Administrative Penalties –
Breath Test .08 or Higher – even if Found Not Guilty of DUI
Criminal Penalties if No Prior Offense in the Last 7 Years Criminal Penalties if Second Offense – One Prior Offense in the Last 7 Years Criminal Penalties if Third Offense – Two Prior Offenses in the Last 7 Years
 90 day license suspension
 Two year license revocation if second or subsequent administrative action within seven years.
 License is marked for 60 days
 20 days to request hearing
 $375 hearing fee unless indigent
 Hearing within 60 days of arrest
 $150 reissue fee
 SR-22 Insurance required 3 years thereafter
 One day in jail minimum, one year maximum
 OR 15 days Electronic Home Detection (EHD)
 $823 total minimum, up to $5,000 fine
 90 day license suspension
 SR-22 Insurance
 Probationary license for 5 years after reinstatement
 Up to five years monitored probation
 Ignition interlock At least one year
 Alcohol evaluation and treatment (up to two years)
 Probation monitoring (and fees) for up to five
 30 days in jail minimum, one year maximum, PLUS 60 days EHD
 $1,078 total minimum, up to $5,000 fine
 Two year license revocation
 Driving and knowledge exams
 SR-22 Insurance
 Probationary license for 5 years after reinstatement
 Up to five years monitored probation
 Ignition interlock for one year (if no previous interlock)
 Alcohol evaluation and treatment (up to two years)
 Probation monitoring (and fees) for up to five years
 90 days in jail minimum, one year maximum, PLUS
120 days EHD
 $1,928 total minimum, up to $5,000 fine
 Three year license revocation
 Driving and knowledge exams
 SR-22 Insurance
 Probationary license for 5 years after reinstatement
 Up to five years monitored probation
 Ignition interlock for one year if no previous interlock, five years if a previous interlock, ten years if two previous interlocks
 Alcohol evaluation and treatment (up to two years)
 Probation monitoring (and fees) for up to five years

Breath Test .15% Or Higher or Refusal To Take Breath Test

DOL Administrative Penalties –
breath test .08 or higher – even if found not guilty of DUI
Criminal penalties if No Prior Offense in the last 7 years Criminal penalties if Second Offense – One Prior Offense in the last 7 years Criminal penalties if Third Offense – Two Prior Offenses in the last 7 years
 90 day license suspension
 One year license revocation if refused the test and no prior administrative actions within seven years.
 Two year license revocation if second or subsequent administrative action (refusal or breath test over legal limit) within seven years.
 License is marked for 60 days
 20 days to request hearing
 $375 hearing fee
 Hearing within 60 days of arrest
 $150 reissue fee
 SR-22 Insurance required 3 years thereafter
 Two days in jail minimum, one year maximum
 OR 30 days EHD
 $1,078 total minimum, up to $5,000 fine
 One year license revocation if took breath test
 Two year license revocation if refused breath test
 SR-22 Insurance
 Probationary License for 5 years after reinstatement
 Up to five years monitored probation
 Ignition interlock not less than one year
 Alcohol evaluation and treatment (up to two years)
 Probation monitoring (and fees) for up to five years
 45 days in jail minimum, one year maximum, PLUS 90 days EHD
 $1,503 total minimum, up to $5,000 fine
 900 day revocation if took breath test
 Three year revocation if refused breath test
 Driving and knowledge exams
 SR-22 Insurance
 Probationary license for 5 years
 Up to five years monitored probation
 Ignition interlock not less than one year (if no prev interlock)
 Alcohol evaluation and treatment (up to two years)
 Probation monitoring (and fees) for up to five years
 120 days in jail minimum, one year maximum PLUS 150 days EHD
 $2,778 total minimum, up to $5,000 fine
 Four year license revocation
 Driving and knowledge exams
 SR-22 Insurance
 Probationary license for 5 years
 Up to five years monitored probation
 Ignition interlock not less than one year if no prev interlock, five years if a previous interlock; ten years if two previous interlocks
 Alcohol evaluation and treatment (up to two years)
 Probation monitoring (and fees) for up to five years

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