Oregon classifies driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs as one offense -- Driving Under the Influence of Intoxicants (DUII). (It's also commonly referred to as DUI.) If you're convicted of a first DUII offense in Oregon, you will be subject to criminal (jail and fines) and administrative penalties (license suspension).
Potential penalties for a second DUI in Oregon are governed by Section 813.010 of the Oregon Codes. Note, that in Oregon, a charge for driving under alcohol or drugs is referrred to as Driving under the Influence of Intoxicants (DUII). The terms DUII and DUI are interchangeable.
Oregon classifies driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs as Driving Under the Influence of Intoxicants (DUII). (The term can be used interchangeable with DUI.) A third DUI within 10 years in Oregon will result in stiff fines, jail time and a lengthy license suspension.
Sobriety checkpoints are not authorized in Oregon (see State v. Boyanovsky, 743 P.2d 711 (Or. 1987)). Sobriety checkpoints are random traffic stops, not tied to any specific suspicions. At one of these checkpoints, drivers are briefly questioned after which suspicious drivers are subject to field sobriety tests.