New DUI law in Oklahoma

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End DUIs

A new Oklahoma law is set to become active on November 1, 2017. The new law allows for DUI suspects to have the option to have an ignition interlock device put into their vehicles and take a DUI prevention course or await the outcomes of their criminal cases to determine whether their license revocations are upheld.

It will also become illegal for drunk driving suspects to refuse to take a breath test in Oklahoma. The new law also will abolish the civil administrative process that suspects currently use to challenge the revocation of their driver’s licenses.


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