If one is caught driving while intoxicated or under the influence of drugs in Oklahoma, they can face extremely serious consequences. The penalties are more serious each time that an individual is caught within a 10 year period. The threshold for being considered to be driving drunk is a blood alcohol content of 0.08. The number of drinks that it takes to reach this level varies significantly from person to person. If one has any amount of drugs in their system, they are considered to be driving under the influence of drugs. This is even true if it is merely non-psychoactive metabolites that exist in the body. The first time that one receives a DUI, they immediately are facing jail time of at least 10 days. The next time they get convicted with a DUI, they receive a jail sentence of at least a year! The more times one gets convicted after that, the longer the sentences are likely to become.
Collier and Huber Law Firm can provide you with excellent legal representation for DUI cases. They can potentially help you to stay out of jail and keep your driver’s license. Collier and Huber have a great deal of experience with DUI cases in Oklahoma. In some cases, Collier and Huber Law Firm may be able to arrange a plea bargain. This may bring the charges down to “wet reckless”, which is a type reckless driving charge. This has less severe consequences for the accused. In other cases, it may be possible for Collier and Huber Law Firm to help you receive a not guilty verdict.