You are DUI in Oklahoma if you blood alcohol content (BAC) is .08% or higher. You are guilty of "impaired driving" if your BAC is over .05 but less than 0.08%.
Penalties For Impaired Driving
On conviction, a fine of $100-$500, up to 6 months in jail, or both. First offender license suspension for impaired driving-30 days
Penalties For Dui (BAC .08% or more)
First offense is a misdemeanor punishable by imprisonment in jail for not less than ten days nor more than one year, and a fine of not more than $1,000.
If you refused a breath or blood test, your license will be revoked for a period from 180 days to three years, depending on your previous driving record.
First conviction or offense for driving under the influence (DUI), actual physical
control (APC), or refusal of the breath or blood test, or a measurable amount of BAC, the revocation is for a period of six months.
Under 21 Fines and Penalties
First conviction-Fine of $100-$500, or community treatment program, or any combination of fine, community or treatment program.
There are additional penalties if you are under 18
Your insurance costs will probably increase considerably, perhaps for your entire family. Your insurance carrier may drop you, forcing you to find more expensive coverage. If you have to drive for your job, your employer's insurance rates may go up as well.
More Severe Consequences
More severe criminal actions are taken for DUI with a high BAC (over .15%), with a passenger under the age of 16 years, or with an injury or a fatal crash.