Drink Driving in Oklahoma can be a misdemeanor or a felony.
Drink driving is a crime, and one found guilty with a Blood Alcohol Content of 0.08% or above can be charged under the Oklahoma DUI DWI laws of the state.
- Every individual driving a vehicle can be submitted to a chemical test for drink driving.
- Refusing the test for some reason is chargeable, and the license can be suspended.
- The Department of Public Safety can be given the right to prosecute an individual whose license is suspended for various DUI /DWI related reasons.
- When convicted for DUI/DWI,
- the criminal charges, as well as the penalties, vary widely depending upon the prior charges,
- a misdemeanor or a felony level as well as the place where the case is heard.