Alike other US States, under Arkansas DUI DWI laws
it is always advised not to drink and drive even if the alcohol is consumed,
BAC level should be maintained, which should not be more than 0.08% in adults and 0.02% for a minor,
i.e., those below the age of 21 years.
Consequences for a DUI/DWI offense:
In general if an individual is convicted under the DUI/DWI offense, then:
- A criminal case will be filed over the individual.
- The driving license will be cancelled depending upon the severity and the number of DUI/DWI convictions
the individual has been charged for.
- If the conviction count is over 5 within 5 years, then the license will be completely cancelled and should be reinstated.