DUI


State DUI Laws

Arkansas DUI Laws

    Arkansas DUI Laws
According to Arkansas DUI laws, individuals are prohibited from operating a motor vehicle if they are intoxicated during such an operation. Arkansas DUI laws specify intoxication as what occurs as
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Alaska DUI Laws

  Much like many states in the US, Alaska DUI laws maintain that a blood alcohol concentration of 0.08 percent prohibits individuals from operating motor vehicles. In general, Alaska law on DUI
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Arizona DUI Laws

Arizona DUI laws follow that of many states in its recognition of 0.08 percent as a basis of prohibition from operating any motor vehicles. In such a case, it would
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Alabama DUI Laws

    Alabama DUI Laws
In general, Alabama DUI laws set forth that it is illegal to operate a motor vehicle if any of the following qualifications exist. These include driving under the influence of
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Idaho DUI Laws

  Idaho DUI laws call for a mix of jail time, fines and programs to punish and even help offenders.
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Missouri DUI Laws

Mississippi DUI laws, although not as strict as some other states, carries stiff penalties and fines. In addition, an individual
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Montana DUI Laws

Montana DUI laws are similar to the majority of states. Registering anything above a .08 will result in a DUI
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Nebraska DUI Laws

Nebraska DUI laws levy strict penalties for those caught driving with a BAC of .08 or above. These limits are
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Wisconsin DUI Laws

Wisconsin DUI laws are not as strict as many other states. Under Wisconsin DUI laws, any individual who has a
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Michigan DUI Laws

Receiving a DUI in Michigan carries strict penalties and fees that can cost a driver high sums of money and their driving privileges. Also referred to as an OWI, operating
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