Driving under the influence or while intoxicated (DUI/DWI) with alcohol or drugs is a punishable crime in Maryland DUI DWI laws and
one can be convicted under the criminal laws of the state.
Some underlying rules in Maryland DUI DWI laws of the state include the following.
- Refusing an enforcement officer in charge over the chemical test or the conviction can be considered a crime as it is the breach of DUI law.
- DUI/DWI charges depends upon the prior record of the driver, and can be classified often as Misdemeanor,
but it can be upgraded to a felony depending on the severity of the conviction