The BAC levels are different for drivers under the age of 21 and driver over the age of 21, but if you are convicted of driving with a BAC above the legal limit or if a blood or breath test confirms you were driving under the influence of a controlled substance, you will receive a permanent citation on your driving record, and may face the following penalties:
First Offense OUI: Drivers under the Age of 21
- Minimum loss of license for 210 days
- Additional loss of license for 180 days
- Required enrollment in alcohol treatment program for drivers between the ages of 17 and 21
First Offense OUI: Drivers over the Age of 21
- License suspension of 1 year
- Fines of $500 to $5,000
- Community service
- Required enrollment in a substance abuse treatment program
- Jail sentence of up to 2 1⁄2 years
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