What is Extreme DUI?
Extreme DUI is currently when a person is driving, or in physical control of a motor vehicle, at a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) of .15.
If You Are Convicted of Extreme DUI and its your first offense, you will be:
- Sentenced to serve a minimum of 30 days in jail. The judge may suspend all but 10 days of the sentence if the person completes an alcohol or drug screening, education, or treatment program.
- You will pay a fine of at least $250.
- You will pay an additional assessment of $250.
- You may be ordered to perform community service.
- You will be required to equip any motor vehicle the convicted person operates with a certified ignition interlock device for a minimum of one year on the conclusion of the license suspension.
- You will have attorney fees (or if you can't afford an attorney, one will be appointed for you).
- Your automobile insurance rates will increase substantially if you can find an insurance carrier that will accept you.
Drink Responsibly...Know Your Limit!