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DUI offenders in Nebraska risk a variety of penalties, both administrative and criminal. The administrative penalties include license revocation and a possible interlock requirement. The criminal penalties are determined in court and can vary depending on a variety of factors. Those factors include the offender’s blood alcohol content (BAC), if probation was granted, and if there are previous DUI offenses on record. Offenders who have their license revoked may be eligible to regain driving privileges sooner if they install a state-approved ignition interlock device. This guide will go over the IID process in Nebraska.
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In Nebraska, some offenders are eligible to regain their driving privileges after serving some of their revocation period. The devices must be installed by an approved provider, and test results are monitored by the state as well. This means failed tests or attempts to tamper with the device are reported to the state.
There are administrative and criminal penalties for DUI in Nebraska, and the penalties increase if there are prior offenses or specific circumstances. These are the penalties DUI offenders may incur:
Additional penalties may be assessed if the offense caused injury, death, property damage, or if there were other crimes associated.
Like many states, Nebraska has an implied consent law. This means that if any driver is arrested on suspicion of DUI, they must undergo a BAC test. If the driver refuses the test, their license will be revoked for 180 days, up to 15 years if there are prior instances.
Eligible offenders can regain driving privileges if they meet certain criteria. Here is how offenders can get back on the road with an IID permit:
There may be additional criteria depending on the circumstances of the offense.
Intoxalock is a convenient option and the #1 interlock brand in the United States. Nebraska approves Intoxalock IIDs for DUI offenders, and Intoxalock has devices available and ready to help you get back on the road. Our 24/7 customer support can easily help you through the IID process.
Ignition interlock devices are small electronic devices used to test for the presence of alcohol. They are also called car breathalyzers. Here is how they work:
The terms are dependent on the circumstances of the offense. Typically, the interlock term is clarified in court.
The offender is responsible for paying for their own interlock device. The devices are leased from the provider, and information is reported to the state’s monitoring authority. The cost of an IID is typically $2.50- $3.50 per day. Intoxalock offers flexible payment options.
Why choose Intoxalock Nebraska?
*Intoxalock will cover up to $100 of your installation after mail-in rebate. A 6-month minimum lease is required to apply for this offer, and it only applies to Nebraska customers. This cannot be combined with any other offer. This deal is not applicable to voluntary leases.
DUI attorneys work to ensure their client understands the process and protects their rights in court. If you need assistance from an attorney, we partner with several in the state.