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Under the influence. A driver is considered “under the influence” of drugs or alcohol if rendered incapable of safely driving.
Per se DUI. There doesn’t need to be proof of actual impairment for a driver to be convicted of a DUI. Driving with a blood alcohol content (BAC) of at least .08% is considered a “per se” DUI. This threshold is lowered to .04% for commercial drivers and .02% for bus drivers and drivers under 21 years old.
|1st Offense||2nd Offense||3rd Offense|
|5 days to 5 years||10 days to 7 years|
$300 to $5000
|$300 to $10,000||$500 to $15,000|
No suspension to 12 months
|12 months to 18 months||12 months to 18 months|