D.C. DUI Laws
D.C. DUI Laws
Washington D.C.'s DUI Laws and Penalties
The District of Columbia has three different impaired driving offenses: DWI, DUI, and OWI. Learn about how these offenses are defined and the penalties for a first, second, and third conviction.
How Washington D.C.'s DUI Laws Apply to Marijuana and Other Drugs
What is defined as "drugged driving" in Washington D.C. and what are the penalties if you are convicted?
Washington D.C.’s Underage DUI/DWI Laws and Penalties
The District of Columbia is a zero-tolerance jurisdiction. If a chemical test determines that an under-21 driver has a blood alcohol content (BAC) above 0.00%, the driver can be cited for driving under the influence.
Washington D.C.’s Open Container Laws and Violation Penalties
Read about Washington D.C.'s open container laws and the penalties you'll face for an open container ticket.
Washington D.C.'s Boating Under the Influence (BUI) Laws
Washington D.C. has laws prohibiting operating a watercraft while “impaired” or “under the influence” of drugs or alcohol. The term “watercraft” means a “means a boat, ship, or other craft used for water transportation.
D.C.’s Implied Consent Laws: Refusing a Blood, Breath, or Urine Test
What happens if you refuse a breath, blood, or urine test in the District of Columbia?
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