Delaware Drunk Driving Laws and Penalties
How Delaware defines "driving under the influence" and the penalties for a first, second, and third DUI conviction.
First-Offense DUI in Delaware
A first DUI (driving under the influence) conviction is a misdemeanor in Delaware. A DUI is considered a first offense in Delaware if the driver has no prior DUI convictions or only one prior conviction that occurred more than ten years ago.
Second-Offense DUI in Delaware
What to expect if you're convicted of a second DUI in Delaware
Third-Offense DUI in Delaware
What to expect if you get a third DUI conviction in Delaware
What Is a Felony DUI in Delaware?
Circumstances that can elevate a DUI conviction to a felony in Delaware and the penalties that can result.
Delaware’s Underage DUI Laws
Delaware's zero-tolerance DUI laws that apply to drivers who under the legal drinking age
Delaware’s Implied Consent Law and Refusing Alcohol Testing
Delaware's implied consent laws, the requirements that all drivers agree to alcohol testing if stopped for a DUI
Delaware Drugged Driving Laws
How Delaware's DUI laws apply to drugged driving and the penalties you can expect if you are convicted
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