DUI Laws and Penalties by State

Even though all the states consider it a crime to drive with a Blood Alcohol Content of .08 or greater, each state has its own DUI and DWI laws regarding penalties and procedures. In certain states, it is possible to be convicted of DUI or a related charge with a lower BAC than .08.

In many states, you can even still be convicted of a DUI even if you refused to take a breathalyzer test.

Where does your state stands on BAC levels, ignition interlock devices, automatic license suspension and increased penalties for repeat offenders?

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