Montana, like other states in the US holds some precise and stiff laws against DUI/DWI. Any individual found drunk driving with a blood alcohol concentration above 0.08% can be clearly convicted under a criminal case.
Statutes surrounding a DUI/DWI:
- The individual driving a vehicle can be subjected to a chemical test and refusing it can lead to suspension of the license.
- Penalties like the revocation of the driving license, imprisonment for a period of time and huge monetary compensations can be levied on the individual found breaching the law.
- In Montana, 4th time DUI/DWI conviction is considered a felony and the driver can get upto 5 years of imprisonment and a hefty amount of fine.