If you are convicted of driving impaired and have prior alcohol violations, your driving privilege may be suspended or revoked up to

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  • Two years
  • One year
  • Four years

Explanation

If found guilty in court of driving impaired and it is your first conviction, you may be fined up to $5,000 plus court costs and other penalties. You could also be sentenced from 1 to 365 days in jail and your license could be suspended or revoked for 90 days to two years. Prior convictions of alcohol violations can result in other penalties, including 150 days of home detention and license suspension or revocation of up to four years.

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