The punishments for a second DUI in Oklahoma are set forth in Title 47, section 11-902 of the state’s statutes. These rules delineate the punishments that can be imposed by the court and the state’s department of motor vehicles. It also allows courts to review the last 10 years of an offender’s driving record.
Administrative Penalties Upon being convicted of a third DUI offense, your license can be revoked for a period of up to three years. A special work permit may be allowed after a year’s suspension, but this too comes with an ignition interlock device installed in your vehicle.
Sobriety checkpoints are legal in Oklahoma (see 884 P.2d 1218 (Okla. App. 1994)). These checkpoints (also referred to as "mobile checkpoints" or "roadblocks") are police traffic stops that are not tied to any specific or individual suspicions.
In Oklahoma, if you get pulled over for a DUI (driving under the influence) and the officer asks you to take a blood, breath, saliva, or urine test, do you have to take one? What happens if you refuse?
Yes, it’s possible that a DUI defendant may be able to make a plea bargain for either a wet reckless or some lesser offense. Most typically, it occurs in Oklahoma when a driver charged with a DUI has a BAC of .06-.07 and pleas down to reckless driving.