Oklahoma law prohibits operating or being in actual physical control of a vessel—except on privately owned waters—while under the influence of drugs or alcohol. A person can be convicted of boating under the influence (BUI) for operating a vessel while:
In other words, you can get a BUI in Oklahoma based on actual impairment or having a BAC that's above the legal limit.
The consequences of an Oklahoma BUI depend on the circumstances of the case. But generally, the penalties are:
If you've been arrested for or charged with boating under the influence in Oklahoma, get in contact with an experienced BUI attorney. The facts of every case are different. A good BUI attorney should be able to explain how the law applies to the facts of your case and help you decide on your best course of action.