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DWI laws and penalties Oklahoma

If you are stopped by a law enforcement officer who suspects that you have been drinking, you will be asked to take a breath test. Under Oklahoma law, if you are driving a motor vehicle, you have given what is known as implied consent to be tested by an officer if you are suspected of drinking and driving. Refusal to take the test will result in the immediate revocation of your driver's license, even if you have not been drinking. It could also result in your arrest. The revocation will stay in effect for anywhere from 180 days to three years, depending on your driving record.

 

If you are convicted of DUI with a BAC more than .08%, the penalties are as follows:

 

First offense

• A misdemeanor

• Jail time of not less than 10 days and not more than one year

• Fine of not more than $1,000

 

Second Offense within 10 Years of the First Offense

• A felony

• Jail time of not less than one year not to exceed five years

• Fine of not more than $2,500

 

Second Felony Offense

• A felony

• Jail time of not less than one year and not to exceed seven years

• Fine of not more than $5,000

 

Third or Subsequent Offense

• A felony

• Jail time of not less than one year and not to exceed 10 years

• Fine of not more than $5,000

Once you are convicted of DUI, the Department of public safety is sent notification of the conviction. They will then suspend or revoke your driver's license, unless the license has already been revoked because the BAC test was refused.

 

Your license will be revoked as follows:

• First revocation: 180 days

• Second revocation: One year if there was a prior DUI or drug-related revocation within five years

• Three years if there were two or more DUI or drug related revocation in the past five years

 

Zero Tolerance for Underage Drivers

As stated above, any amount of alcohol found in the system of a person under the age of 21 will result in the automatic revocation of your driver's license. If you refuse the BAC test, your license will automatically be revoked for the same period as it would be if you had any measurable amount of alcohol in your system.

 

The revocation periods are as follows:

• First Offense: Revocation for 6 months

• Second Offense: Revocation for 12 months

• Third Offense: Revocation for 36 months

 

Other penalties for underage DUI in Oklahoma are:

• First conviction: Fine of between $100 and $500 or community service or treatment program or any combination thereof.

• Second or subsequent conviction: Fine of between $100 and $1,000, community service, treatment program, or any combination thereof.

 

Drivers Younger Than 18

The penalties are ever stricter for people younger than the age of 18. If you fall under this category and are arrested for any crime involving alcohol, even you were not driving a car, will result in the loss of your driving privileges for anywhere between six months and two years, depending on your record and the circumstances.

 

Refusal to take test

1st Offense: 6 month license revocation

2d Offense: 1 year license revocation

3rd Offense: 3 year license revocation

A defendant might receive a "wet reckless," or a conviction of reckless driving involving alcohol, as a result of a plea bargain in which a charge of drunk driving is reduced to a case of reckless driving. There is no statutory provision on whether a wet reckless plea bargain will be accepted in Oklahoma, but it's possible a lawyer may be able to create a plea bargain for you.


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