A first-offense DUI is typically a misdemeanor. A conviction carries up to $750 in fines and a maximum of six months in jail, but work-release in lieu of time in jail may be possible. Prior to sentencing, the offender must complete an alcohol and drug evaluation, which the judge will consider in issuing the penalties.
Wyoming law prohibits operating or being in actual physical control a watercraft while intoxicated by drugs or alcohol. The term “watercraft” means “any contrivance used or designed primarily for navigation on water”—not just motorboats. (Wyo. Stat. Ann.