Interlock Devices and DUI
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– Michael Rickard
Interlock Devices for DUI in Oklahoma
It is important to know your rights and retain an Oklahoma DUI Defense Attorney if you or a loved one is charged with first-time DUI, APC, DWI, or Aggravated DUI in Oklahoma. In order to be charged with DUI in Oklahoma your blood alcohol content “BAC” must be .08% or higher when you are arrested. In order to be charged with Aggravated DUI in Oklahoma, your BAC must be .15% or higher when you are arrested.
You may be required to install an ignition interlock device in your vehicle as part of your criminal case or if you are unsuccessful in your Department of Public Safety “DPS” Administrative Driver’s License Suspension Hearing. The interlock device is designed to be a deterrent to drinking and driving. Prior to your engine starting, you must blow into the interlock device and register an alcohol free sample.
Does every DUI case result in an Interlock Device in Oklahoma?
The punishment for misdemeanor DUI depends on a number of factors, including: whether your case is filed in municipal court or state court; your criminal record, if any, outside the existing DUI charge, and your conduct during the DUI arrest.
In 2011, the Oklahoma Legislature passed the Erin Swezey Act, which requires the installation of the ignition interlock device after a person’s driver’s license is reinstated. The specific requires and length of time required for the interlock device can be found on the Cannon Law Firm – Driver’s License Revocation page.
Experienced DUI Defense Lawyer in Oklahoma
Contact Cannon Law Firm in Oklahoma City for your DUI or APC defense. You have the right to the presumption of innocence. John Cannon is a Fierce Advocate for every client and will use his experience and respected reputation to do everything possible to reach the best possible outcome in your DUI or APC case. A conviction for DUI or APC may have long lasting effects and penalties. John has been recognized as a Top 40 under 40 in Criminal Defense by the National Trial Lawyers Association.
Contact Cannon Law Firm today if you have been charged with DUI, Aggravated DUI, DUI under 21, DWI, or APC charges in Oklahoma. Cannon Law Firm has an outstanding record of reaching the best possible outcome for hundreds of clients accused of the wide variety of criminal charges in Oklahoma, including DUI, evidenced by John receiving the highest possible AVVO rating – 10 (superb). Call our office at (405) 888-7369 for a free confidential consultation and case evaluation.