If you are currently facing a driving under the influence (DUI) offense in Oklahoma, you undoubtedly have some questions about your charge and what will happen next. At The Edge Law Firm, we only handle DUI cases—giving us the experience and insights necessary to answer your questions. While the list below is in no way definitive, the following are the most frequently asked questions our legal team hears regarding Oklahoma’s DUI laws.

What Is a DUI?

In Oklahoma, driving under the influence is defined as operating a vehicle while intoxicated by any impairing substance—whether that’s alcohol, prescription or over-the counter medication, or street drugs. Generally, breathalyzer and blood tests are used to determine a person’s blood alcohol content (BAC) or detect the presence of drugs in the system. The legal BAC for drivers over 21 is .08%.

Other Common Questions Regarding Oklahoma DUI

For more information on Oklahoma DUI, please click on the questions below:

› Can I lose my license for refusing a breathalyzer test?

› What are the 7 mistakes I should avoid when fighting my DUI charges?

› Is beating a drunk-driving offense possible?

› I don’t think my traffic stop was legal—what can I do to challenge it?

› How do I contest my DUI arrest?

› Can I still fight my DUI if I failed the breathalyzer?

› What are the common defenses for contesting the field sobriety test results?

› Are there any potential problems with the DUI blood test?

› Am I required to take an alcohol and drug abuse course?

› What is the Actual Physical Control of a Motor Vehicle While Intoxicated charge?