Number of DUI Offenses in Last 10 Years:

Blood Alcohol Level:

.08 and .099 or incapable of safe driving.

This offense is graded as an ungraded misdemeanor. There is no mandatory minimum jail sentence and a maximum probationary period of 6 months. There is a $300 fine. This offense carries no license suspension. You must attend Alcohol Highway Safety School, have a CRN evaluation and comply with any recommended drug and alcohol treatment.

.10 and .159

This offense is graded as an ungraded misdemeanor. There is a mandatory sentence of 48 consecutive hours of incarceration and maximum probationary period of 6 months. The fines range from $500 to $5000. There is a mandatory 12 month license suspension. You must attend Alcohol Highway Safety School, have a CRN evaluation and comply with any recommended drug and alcohol treatment.

.16 and higher/Controlled Substances/Refusals.

This offense is graded as an ungraded misdemeanor. There is a mandatory sentence of 72 consecutive hours of incarceration and maximum probationary period of 6 months. The fines range from $1000 to $5000. There is a mandatory 12 month license suspension. You must attend Alcohol Highway Safety School, have a CRN evaluation, mandatory drug and alcohol assessment and comply with any recommended drug and alcohol treatment.

.08 and .099 or incapable of safe driving.

This offense is graded as an ungraded misdemeanor. There is a mandatory sentence of 5 days incarceration and maximum probationary period of 6 months. The fines range from $300 to $5000. There is a mandatory 12 month license suspension followed by 1 year Ignition Interlock. You must attend Alcohol Highway Safety School, have a CRN evaluation, mandatory drug and alcohol assessment and comply with any recommended drug and alcohol treatment.

.10 and .159

This offense is graded as an ungraded misdemeanor. There is a mandatory sentence of 30 days of incarceration and maximum probationary period of 6 months. The fines range from $750 to $5000. There is a mandatory 12 month license suspension followed by 1 year Ignition Interlock. You must attend Alcohol Highway Safety School, have a CRN evaluation, mandatory drug and alcohol assessment and comply with any recommended drug and alcohol treatment.

.16 and higher/Controlled Substances/Refusals.

This offense is graded as a misdemeanor of the first degree. There is a mandatory sentence of 90 days incarceration and maximum probationary period of 5 years. There is a minimum fine of $1500. There is a mandatory 18 month license suspension followed by 1 year Ignition Interlock. You must attend Alcohol Highway Safety School, have a CRN evaluation, mandatory drug and alcohol assessment and comply with any recommended drug and alcohol treatment.

.08 and .099 or incapable of safe driving.

This offense is graded as a misdemeanor of the second degree. There is a mandatory sentence of 10 days incarceration and a maximum probationary period of 2 years. The fines range from $500 to $5000. There is a mandatory 12 month license suspension followed by 1 year Ignition Interlock. You must attend Alcohol Highway Safety School, have a CRN evaluation, mandatory drug and alcohol assessment and comply with any recommended drug and alcohol treatment.

.10 and .159

This offense is graded as a misdemeanor of the first degree. There is a mandatory sentence of 90 days incarceration and maximum probationary period of 5 years. The fines range from $1500 to $10000. There is a mandatory 18 month license suspension followed by 1 year Ignition Interlock. You must attend Alcohol Highway Safety School, have a CRN evaluation mandatory drug and alcohol assessment and comply with any recommended drug and alcohol treatment.

.16 and higher/Controlled Substances/Refusals.

This offense is graded as a misdemeanor of the first degree. There is a mandatory sentence of 1 year incarceration and maximum probationary period of 5 years. The fines range from $1000 to $5000. There is a mandatory 18 month license suspension followed by 1 year Ignition Interlock. You must attend Alcohol Highway Safety School, have a CRN evaluation mandatory, drug and alcohol assessment and comply with any recommended drug and alcohol treatment.