In Alabama state, driving a vehicle under the influence (DUI) and driving while intoxicated (DWI) both bear the same offense as they are considered illegal. Therefore, according to the law the individual’s blood alcohol concentration needs to be checked and the person can be convicted if it is more then 0.08%.
General penalties upon Conviction:
With a conviction of DUI/DWI in Alabama for every consecutive time, the punishment following it can become severe.
- In general cancellation of the license will follow on every offense.
- Punishment can be supported with an additional penalty like a fine as well as mandatory prison, depending upon the severity of the situation.