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NFL closer to new drug testing policy  2014-09-04
The NFL is moving closer to an agreement with the NFL Players' Association on a new drug testing policy that would include HGH testing, according to reports Thursday.
Trooper resigns over DUI  2014-09-04
The Oklahoma Highway Patrol has confirmed that Commissioner Mike Thompson, accepted a letter of resignation submitted by Trooper Joshua Davies, 33, on Tuesday August 26, 2014. A pre-termination hearing for Davies had been scheduled by the Chief of the Highway Patrol for August 27, 2014.
Cowboys DT Brent conditionally reinstated as NFL player  2014-09-03
Dallas Cowboys defensive tackle Josh Brent, who was convicted of intoxication manslaughter and spent five months behind bars, was conditionally reinstated as an NFL player with the Dallas Cowboys on Tuesday.
Police identify victims killed in Del City Labor Day crash  2014-09-02
Investigators release the names of the two people killed in a two-vehicle collision in Del City Monday night.
Edmond Police Say They Are Seeing Increase In Daytime DUI's  2014-09-02
Edmond police are reporting an increase in daytime DUI's, but officers say many of those arrested aren't the usual suspects.
Colts owner Jim Irsay pleads guilty to DUI  2014-09-02
In a time when the NFL has come under scrutiny about how it punishes its players, players and fans were monitoring Tuesday how Commissioner Roger Goodell might punish one of his own bosses: an NFL team owner. Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay pleaded...
Former state lawmaker arrested for DUI for third time  2014-09-02
OKLAHOMA CITY – New details are being released about a former Oklahoma state lawmaker in trouble with the law again. Calvin Hobson, who’s currently running for county commissioner, got arrested just a couple of blocks away from his home. Police say the one-time state Senate President Pro-Tem tried unsuccessfully to talk his way out of […]
Teen injured in reported DUI in Osage County  2014-09-02
A 17-year-old Bartlesville man was injured in a single-vehicle alcohol-involved accident on Saturday in Osage County.
Teen injured in reported DUI  2014-09-02
A 17-year-old Bartlesville man was injured in a single-vehicle alcohol-involved accident on Saturday in Osage County.
California Family Searches For Missing Father In Oklahoma  2014-09-02
The family of 48-year-old Pierre Lee Cleveland is worried sick. They say he was supposed to come back home to California back in July, but never showed.
Law enforcement keeps holiday weekend safe  2014-09-01
As the Labor Day holiday weekend winds down, law enforcement across the state says things were relatively calm on the road this year.
Family Marks Anniversary Of UCO Professor's Death At Hands Of DUI Driver  2014-09-01
Labor Day weekend is historically a dangerous one when it comes to drunk driving accidents. So far this holiday weekend, police say at least three accidents were caused by drunk drivers.Perhaps no one knows that better than a metro family who is marking one year since their mother was killed by an alleged repeat drunk driver.
Driver runs red light, plows into another car  2014-09-01
Police say neither drugs nor alcohol were involved in the wreck, but they’re warning drivers to be extra cautious during the Labor Day holiday.
Gov. Rick Perry deletes ‘unauthorized’ tweet mocking district attorney  2014-09-01
(CNN) — Texas Gov. Rick Perry’s Twitter account sent a disparaging graphic of Travis County District Attorney Rosemary Lehmberg Sunday night. The full deleted @governorperry tweet: http://t.co/V1diU0X1uo— Evan Smith (@evanasmith) September 01, 2014 Less than an hour later, Perry deleted the tweet and followed up with another tweet calling the graphic unauthorized. A tweet just […]
Former OK Senate Leader Arrested for DUI for third time  2014-09-01
A former Oklahoma State Senate leader is in trouble with the law yet again after being arrested for driving drunk for the third time since last year.  
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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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