Alaska Drunk Driving Laws, Penalties, and Consequences
How Alaska defines "operating a vehicle under the influence" (OUI) and the penalties for a first, second, and third OUI conviction.
Alaska First-Offense OUI/DUI
A first OUI (operating under the influence, sometimes called “DUI”) conviction is a class A misdemeanor in Alaska. An OUI qualifies as a first offense if the driver has no prior OUI convictions within the past 15 years.
Alaska Second-Offense DUI
What you can expect if you're convicted of a second DUI in Alaska
Alaska Third-Offense DUI
What you can expect in terms of penalties if you get a third DUI in Alaska
What Is a Felony DUI in Alaska?
Although a DUI is normally a misdemeanor in Alaska, there are some circumstances that can elevate a DUI to a felony, including having two or more prior DUI convictions.
Alaska Open Container Laws, Penalties, and Consequences
Read about Alaska's open container laws and the penalties you'll face for an open container ticket.
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