March 9, 2007, Newsletter Issue #54: Drunk Driving in Maine - OUI

Tip of the Week

In the state of Maine, a drunk driving case is referred to as OUI (Operating Under the Influence). Operating under the influence is a serious crime in the State of Maine. In Maine, an OUI arrest can result in two separate charges:

A court case that may result in fines, rehabilitation programs, license revocation, and possible jail time
The Maine Bureau of Motor Vehicles files separate charges to suspend a person's license after an OUI

Being charged with OUI in Maine can forever change a person's life. Do whatever you can to drive safely and never operate a vehicle under the influence of drugs or alcohol.

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