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Vermont's DUI Laws and Conviction Penalties
Vermont's DUI laws prohibit driving with an excessive BAC or while actually intoxicated by drugs or alcohol. If you're convicted of a DUI, you'll likely face fines, license suspension, and possibly jail time.
Vermont First-Offense DUI
What to expect for a first DUI conviction in Vermont
Vermont Second-Offense DUI
What to expect in terms of penalties if you're convicted of driving under the influence for a second time in Vermont
Vermont Third-Offense DUI
What to expect in terms of penalties if you're convicted of a third DUI in Vermont
What Is a Felony DUI in Vermont?
Although a DUI is normally a misdemeanor in Vermont, prior convictions, injuries, and deaths can make a DUI a felony offense
Vermont’s Open Container Laws, Penalties, and Consequences
Read about how Vermont's open container laws apply to possession and consumption of alcohol and marijuana in a vehicle and the penalties for a violation.
Vermont's Boating While Intoxicated (BWI) Laws and Penalties
Overview of Vermont boating while intoxicated (BWI) law and the consequences of a conviction.
Vermont's Drugged Driving Laws
What is considered drugged driving in Vermont and what are the penalties you can expect if convicted?
Vermont’s Underage DUI Laws
How Vermont’s drunk driving laws apply to drivers who are under 21 years old and the consequences of an underage DUI.
Vermont’s Implied Consent Law and Refusing Alcohol Testing
Vermont's implied consent law that requires all drivers lawfully arrested for driving under the influence to take a blood or breath test. What happens if you refuse to do so?
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