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
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