North Dakota DUI – Law, Lawyers, Penalty and Fines

 

 

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 North Dakota DUI lawyers, North Dakota DUI laws, and what a North Dakota DUI attorney can do for you.

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North Dakota DUI Convictions:


First Offense:   Mandatory referral to addiction facility for alcohol evaluation.

Fine:  A minimum fine of $250.

License Revocation:  Range from 91 days to 180 days.  Work permit possible after 30 days.

Ignition Interlock Device (IID):  The court or drivers license agency may order a person convicted of a DUI to install an IID on his or her vehicle.   This requirement applies to the issuance of temporary restricted driving privileges.  

 

Second Offense:  

Jail:  Imprisonment of 5 days imprisonment or 30 days of community service.  Mandatory referral to addiction facility for alcohol evaluation.

   Fine:  Minimum fine $500.


   License Revocation:  Up to 1 year.



   Ignition Interlock Device (IID):  The court or drivers license agency may order a person convicted of a DUI to install an IID on
  his or her vehicle.  This  requirement applies to the issuance of temporary restricted driving privileges.

 

Third Offense: 

Jail:  Imprisonment of 60 days imprisonment.  Mandatory referral to addiction facility for alcohol evaluation 

Fine:  Minimum fine $1,000.

License Revocation:  Range from 2 to 3 years.

Ignition Interlock Device (IID):  The court or drivers license agency may order a person convicted of a DUI to install and IID on his or her vehicle(s).  This requirement applies to the issuance of temporary restricted driving privileges.

 

North Dakota BAC Per Se: 0.08%

High BAC: 0.18 %

BAC Zero Tolerance: 0.02% to 0.07%

Commercial Driver BAC While Operating a Commercial Vehicle: 0.04%

North Dakota Implied Consent Law/Test Refusal Consequences: Yes. Refusing to take an alcohol test can result in an administrative sanction and license loss for one to three years.