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Local businesses and police Saint Patrick's Day preparations  2015-03-15
Saint Patrick's day is less than forty-eight hours away, and for many that means celebrating the luck of the Irish.
DUI Crackdown During St. Patrick's Day Weekend  2015-03-13
Friday, Governor Mary Fallin announced the Department of Public Safety will have more law enforcement in place to crack down on driving while impaired, this St. Patrick's Day weekend.
U.S. Marine released from Mexican prison after seven months, arrested in Georgia  2015-03-12
TWIN CITY, Ga. – A U.S. Marine and Afghanistan war veteran who made headlines after being held in a Mexican prison is in trouble with the law back here at home. Last year, Sgt. Andrew Tahmooressi says he accidentally crossed into Mexico with three personal firearms. His family says the 25-year-old had just moved to […]
Lawmakers to decide fate of ridesharing services in Oklahoma  2015-03-11
OKLAHOMA CITY – The future of ridesharing services, like Uber, is in the hands of Oklahoma lawmakers. There are two bills related to ridesharing being heard on the House and Senate floors. One of the bills supports these services, but adds more regulations. The other focuses on tightening up insurance requirements, making it more difficult […]
Yukon police, firefighters hosting game for 9-year-old boy recovering from accident  2015-03-10
YUKON, Okla. – It has been less than two months since a Yukon third-grader was pinned between an SUV and a wall, fighting for his life. Now, the district attorney has filed DUI charges against the driver. Since the accident, 9-year-old Hunter Bell has survived multiple surgeries and is currently in physical therapy. Now, public […]
Tulsa Police: Intoxicated Driver Gets Car Stuck In Stranger's Yard  2015-03-10
Police arrested a man who crashed a car in the front yard of an east Tulsa home Tuesday morning. 
Police: Intoxicated Driver Arrested After Car Gets Stuck In Yard Of East Tulsa Home  2015-03-10
Police arrested a man who crashed a car in the front yard of an east Tulsa home Tuesday morning.
Collinsville man killed in one-car crash tied to alcohol, Oklahoma Highway Patrol says  2015-03-09
A 22-year-old Collinsville man died in what the Oklahoma Highway Patrol described as a DUI-related crash on a Washington County road early Friday.
Collinsville man killed in single-vehicle accident  2015-03-09
A 22-year-old Collinsville man is dead following a single-vehicle accident early Friday morning in Washington County.
Tulsa Police: Man Rolls Pickup Doing Donuts Outside Twin Peaks Restaurant  2015-03-06
Tulsa Police arrested a man after he rolled his pickup onto its side in a restaurant parking lot.
Latest Texas sports  2015-03-05
An attorney representing the widow of "American Sniper" author Chris Kyle claims both a judge and jury made mistakes that led to a $1.8 million defamation verdict in favor of former Minnesota Gov. Jesse Ventura.
Ferguson police report: Most shocking parts  2015-03-04
African-American Ferguson residents may have felt like they were being used as the city's personal ATM, by the way the police department hit them with traffic fines, according to a scathing new Justice Department report.
Bill proposes to regulate Uber, Lyft services  2015-03-04
Do you trust hopping in a complete stranger's car for a ride? More and more Tulsans say "yes" as they use apps like Uber and Lyft to get from point A to point B.
Accident involving train, 3 vehicles allegedly caused by intoxicated driver  2015-03-01
OKLAHOMA CITY – Police say an intoxicated driver tried to beat a train Sunday afternoon and failed. According to Oklahoma City Police, the accident happened near Northwest 122nd and Santa Fe. Police say a driver tried to go around the crossing arms and was hit by the oncoming train. The car then hit two other […]
Metro Deputy Hit Head-On By Suspected Drunk Driver  2015-02-23
An Oklahoma County Sheriff's deputy walked away from a head-on crash with a suspected drunk driver. The collision was early Monday morning and now the 20-year-old suspect is in jail.
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 DUI Questions
 · What is the difference between DPS License Hearing and Criminal Case?
 · What if I have a Commerical Drivers License ( CDL )?
 · What if I have a Pilot's License and I get a DUI?
 · What are the criminal penalties of a DUI in Oklahoma? 
 · What will happen to my Oklahoma Driver's License if I am arrested for a DUI?
 · Will I go to jail for getting a DUI in Oklahoma?
 · Are Field Sobriety Tests very accurate?
 · How Accurate is the Breath Test?
 · How is the Breath Testing Done?
 · Can anything affect my performance on the Field Sobriety Tests?

More FAQS on DUI

 Field Sobriety Tests - Do you have to submit to these tests?
Every single DUI case is different, but as a general rule, it is almost always better to take the test in Oklahoma. However, if you have several convictions for DUI and fail time is more of the concern versus saving your Oklahoma driver's license, then you should not take the test unless you think you will pass it.

· To Take the Test or not, that is the question?
· What are Field Sobriety Tests?
· Horizontal Gaze Nystagmus (HGN)
· Walk & Turn
· One Leg Stand
· Counting Backwards (not a validated test)
· Alphabet (not a validated test)
· Finger Count (not a validated test)
· Stationary Balance (i.e. Rhomberg) (not a validated test)
· Field Test Realities







































New DUI Laws
Effective Nov 1, 2011

If you refused to take the breath or blood test or the result was a .15 or higher BAC, you may be required to install an ignition interlock device on your car for two years. If you have prior license revocations, you may be required to install an ignition interlock device on your vehicle for up to 8 years. Contact our office at 405-231-5600 now to see if these new laws apply to you. Remember, we must take action within 15 days of your arrest to prevent license suspension.

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