Oklahoma DUI Laws

Facing a DUI Charge in Oklahoma? Get Answers Now!

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Oklahoma DUI laws are no joke. Your first conviction is a misdemeanor offense that can include one year in jail and $1,000 fine. A second offense could put a felony on your record and might mean a five-year jail sentence.

A DUI conviction in Oklahoma can have a big impact on your future. Why take chances? Many people choose to fight their DUI charge by working with a DUI lawyer.

To make good decisions, you need information about Oklahoma DUI laws early in the process.

Talking to an Oklahoma DUI attorney who knows the state laws and how they apply to your case can help you make informed decisions. Fill out the form on this page to speak with a DUI lawyer near you today.

The penalties for DUI in Oklahoma , even if this is your first DUI charge, are serious. Refusing a breath test in Oklahoma could mean that you lose your driver’s license for 180 days.

Penalties for an Oklahoma DUI Conviction

First DUI Conviction

  • 180-day driver's license revocation
  • 10 days-1 year in jail
  • Up to $1,000 fine
  • Potential drug/alcohol rehab program
  • Considered a misdemeanor offense

Second DUI Conviction (within 10 years)

  • 1-year driver's license revocation
  • 1-5 years in jail
  • Up to $2,500 fine
  • Potential drug/alcohol rehab program
  • Considered a felony offense

Third DUI Conviction (within 10 years)

  • Drug and alcohol testing at your expense
  • Up to 240 hours of community service
  • 3-year driver's license revocation
  • 1-10 years in jail
  • Up to $5,000 fine
  • Up to 240 hours of community service
  • Installation of ignition interlock device
  • Potential alcohol/drug rehab program

Fourth DUI Conviction (within 10 years)

  • 1 year of court supervision and drug and alcohol testing at your expense
  • Up to 480 hours of community service
  • 1-20 years in jail
  • Up to $5,000 fine
  • Installation of ignition interlock device
  • Potential alcohol/drug rehab program

Aggravated DUI (.15 BAC or higher)

  • 1 year of court supervision and drug and alcohol testing at your expense
  • Up to 480 hours of community service
  • Installation of ignition interlock device

Penalties for Refusal

  • 180-day driver's license revocation

Ask an Oklahoma DUI Attorney About your Options

A local DUI attorney could answer any questions you might have about the laws in Oklahoma or your specific DUI case. To speak with a DUI lawyer near you today, fill out the free case evaluation form on this page or call us, toll free, at 877-349-1311.

Note: Laws may have changed since our last update. For the latest information on these DUI laws, speak to a local DUI lawyer in the state.

This list of penalties is by no means all-inclusive. Penalties for DUI convictions can vary depending on your prior driving record.

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