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In Maine, alcohol-based driving offenses are referred to as Operating Under the Influence (OUI). The legal BAC limit in Maine is .08 percent, as it is in most states. Anyone caught driving with a BAC at or greater than .08 percent risks a variety of penalties. The penalties include immediate license suspension. Some offenders can regain their driving privileges sooner if they install an ignition interlock device from an approved provider.
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In Maine, offenders found to have a BAC at or above .08 percent will have their license suspended immediately. This means they won’t be able to drive until after their court date, and that is not even a certainty. Some offenders may be able to get their driving privileges back sooner if they install an ignition interlock device from an approved provider.
Maine has a variety of penalties for OUI, and they increase if there are prior offenses on record or aggravating circumstances.
The court may order additional treatment or community services depending on the circumstances of the offense.
Declining to take a blood alcohol content (BAC) test is not a means to avoid a penalty for a drunk driving test. There are penalties for refusing to take the test.
Qualified offenders in Maine can get back on the road if they install an ignition interlock device from an approved provider. Before they can get a restricted license, the offenders must also serve a portion of their suspension. The restricted license will be conditional for at least one year after the suspension period has ended.
Here is a checklist for Maine residents who wish to get a restricted license:
If there are other criteria, the court should clarify what other tasks you need to complete.
Intoxalock devices are approved by the Maine state government. This means that the devices meet the criteria for regaining driving privileges. Intoxalock devices are easy to use, with a simple operating system and breathing pattern. This makes it easier to test before each drive.
An ignition interlock device, or IID, is often called a car breathalyzer. The devices exist to prevent drunk driving offenses. Here’s how:
This is typically listed in the statute. The length of time an IID is required may change depending on a variety of factors including aggravating circumstances.
Offenders in Maine are required to pay for their own interlock devices. The devices are leased from the approved provider, and the offender pays the provider. Typically, the devices are between $2.50 and $3.50 per day.
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An experienced attorney can help you through the process. They will represent your interests in court and explain things to you if you don’t understand. Intoxalock partners with several attorneys in Maine if you are looking for someone to represent you.