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Nebraska DUI � Law, Lawyers, Penalty and Fines

UPDATED: February 25, 2020

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A DUI charge is a serious matter. Whether it’s your first offense or your third offense, you need information and help and you need them fast. Here is your one-stop source for Nebraska DUI lawyers, Nebraska DUI laws, and what a Nebraska DUI attorney can do for you.

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How a DUI/DWI Lawyer Can Help

Nebraska DUI Convictions:

 

First DUI Offense: 

Jail:    A minimum of 7 days, up to 60 days.

Fine:  $400 fine.

License Revocation:   60 days.

Ignition Interlock Device (IID):  The court may order a driver to install an IID as a condition of their conviction for an alcohol violation.

 

 

Second DUI Offense: 

Jail:    A minimum of 30 days in jail, up to 90 days.

Fine:  $500.

License Revocation:  1 year.

Ignition Interlock Device (IID):  The court may order a driver to install an IID as a condition of their conviction for an alcohol violation.

 

 

Third DUI Offense: 

Jail:    A minimum of 90 days in jail, up to 1 year.

Fine:  $600.

License Revocation:  Range from 2 to 15 years.

Ignition Interlock Device (IID):  The court will order an IID be installed on your vehicle at your expense.

 

 

Nebraska BAC Per Se: 0.08%

BAC Zero Tolerance: 0.02 %

Commercial BAC Per Se While Operating a Commercial Vehicle:  0.04%

Nebraska Implied Consent Law/Test Refusal Consequences:  Yes. If you refuse an alcohol test, your license will be immediately suspended for one year and you may face criminal charges.

New DUI Laws in 2012:  The State of Nebraska will promulgate stricter DUI penalties effective on January 1, 2012, including but not limited to: (1) DUI with a child 16 years of age or younger will be a separate criminal charge; (2) Boating under the influence will be treated as a DUI; (3) Refusing a sobriety test will result in a separate charge and; (4) A new motor vehicular homicide charge will be enforced, which includes a provision for pregnant mothers. 

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