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Sentencing for drunk driving

The severity of penalties for a DUI conviction in Oklahoma will usually depend on the nature of the drunk driving incident and whether or not the driver had any prior DUI convictions on their record. A driver could face fines, a possible prison sentence, probation and a revocation of their driver's license. In some cases, drivers may also be required to complete an alcohol treatment program and have an ignition interlock device installed in their vehicle.

Facing Oklahoma felony DUI charges

If you've been arrested for your second or third DUI, you are most likely very aware that they are charged as felony offenses. You are probably very worried, and rightfully so. If this is your second or third DUI, you could receive anywhere between one and 20 years in prison if you are convicted as you have been charged.

New law could prevent those with a DUI from buying alcohol

Oklahoma residents who are convicted of driving under the influence of alcohol may no longer be able to drink if a proposed senate bill passes. Senate Bill 30 could result in a law that makes it illegal for those with a DUI to consume or purchase alcohol for an amount of time set by a judge.

Woman accused of driving wrong way while intoxicated

A woman in Oklahoma was accused of driving drunk after police found her stopped along the shoulder of an expressway at around 4 a.m. on Dec. 28. Before the woman was detained, police had received several reports about a wrong-way driver on the Broken Arrow Expressway. The 44-year-old woman's car was allegedly found pointing in the opposite direction of traffic beside the westbound lanes.

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