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Current DUI Laws - Reichert-Armstrong

Current DUI Laws

Current ND DUI Information from DMV.org

Current MT DUI Information from DMV.org

Current ND Penalties for DUI from NDDOT:

1st Offense

Class B misdemeanor
$500 fine if below .16
Two days imprisonment and $750 fine if .16 or greater
Addiction evaluation
91 day suspension if below .18
180 day suspension if .18 or greater

2nd Offense in 7 years

Class B misdemeanor
Ten days imprisonment and $1,500 fine
Addiction evaluation
One year in the 24/7 program
365 day suspension if below .18
Two year suspension if .18 or greater

3rd Offense in 7 years

Class A misdemeanor
120 days imprisonment and $2,000 fine
Addiction evaluation
One year supervised probation
One year in the 24/7 program
Two year suspension if below .18
Three year suspension if .18 or greater

4th and Subsequent Offenses

Class C felony
One year and one day imprisonment and $2,000 fine
Addiction evaluation
Two years supervised probation
Two years in the 24/7 program

A first offense DUI with a minor in the vehicle is up to one year imprisonment and/or a $2,000 fine. If an individual has a previous conviction for a violation of section 39-08-01.4, it is a Class C Felony.

 

Refusal to submit to blood, breath, urine or on-site test is a crime and will result in a minimum of 180 days up to three years revocation of driving privileges.

 

Criminal Vehicular Injury up to five years imprisonment.

 

Criminal Vehicular Homicide up to 20 years imprisonment.

 

Additional penalties may include a $100 operator license reinstatement fee, SR-22 filing (high risk insurance), and impoundment of the motor vehicle license plates or seizure of the motor vehicle.

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