Drink and drive is an offense and an individual will be charged under the DUI/DWI laws, if the BAC is 0.08% or more. According to the state law, drink driving is placed under the criminal laws of the state.
Several stringent laws are practiced in North Dakota against the DUI/DWI. They include:
- The BAC should be measured within stipulated time by the enforcement officers.
- Refusing the chemical test can lead to suspension of the license.
- The prior DUI charges can hold for 5 years, for a maximum of 3 offenses and for 7 years in case of 4th offense.