Will you have to go to a DUI school or do community service?
High BAC or test refusal: Not less than 0 nor more than ,000.In addition: Washington License Suspension: 1st Offense BAC Per Se: 90 days1st Offense High BAC or refusal of test: 1 year Violation of Zero Tolerance Law: 90 day suspension Washington Conditional License: Conditional licensing is allowed for 1st time offenders after a mandatory suspension period has been served.Vehicle Impound: none Washington DUI School: Yes, generally, an 8-hour program.Check with the Washington State Department of Social and Health Services, Division of Alcohol and Substance Abuse, for a list of approved DUI schools. Washington Community Service: At court’s discretion. Washington Criminal Status: Gross misdemeanor for per se and high, misdemeanor for anyone under 21 years of age.The blood alcohol limit in Washington is a 0.08 BAC, unless you are under the age of 21.
If you are under the age of 21 and your BAC is 0.02 or higher then you are legally intoxicated.
Check with the Washington State Department of Social and Health Services, Division of Alcohol and Substance Abuse, for a list of approved DUI schools. Washington Community Service: At court’s discretion. Commercial Vehicle: 0.04 BAC, one year license disqualification and payment of fines. More Washington DUI Information - Washington DUI Lawyers & Convictions - Washington DUI Statutes, Resources - Do you need a DUI Lawyer?
DUI (Driving Under the Influence) Driving under the influence (DUI) refers to operating a motor vehicle while affected by alcohol, drugs, or both.
Motor vehicle incidents involving drunk or drugged driving cost our state thousands of dollars each year in serious injuries, property damage, medical costs, lost work time, and death.
This does not include the emotional toll taken on friends and families of both those charged with DUI and the innocent victims.
The information on this page is meant to provide a general overview of the law.