Alaska DUI Laws

Were you issued a DUI in the State of Alaska? We have what you need to educate yourself and become better situated so that you can fix this problem.

The Law

Alaska DUI law states that it is unlawful for any person to drive a motor vehicle, or operate a boat or aircraft while under the influence of alcohol, drugs, or inhalants. A person can be cited for a DUI if his or her blood alcohol concentration is .08% or greater within two hours of driving the vehicle.

The Penalties

  • Imprisonment: A minimum of 10 consecutive days in jail.
  • Fines: The minimum fine is $250, plus an additional $500 fee for the Prison Construction and Operation Fund and another $500 for the Public Safety Equipment Fund.
  • Impact on License: Suspended license for 90 days.
  • Ignition Interlock Device: Applied to your motor vehicle for a minimum of 12 months.

The Solution

To have your license reinstated, first file an SR22 form. If you do not know where to get one contact your insurance agent. The length you will need to maintain an SR22 varies depending on your offense so ask the judge or your lawyer for full details.

Many courts will also require that you complete an alcohol awareness program. Check with your court and if required start our course at any time. 100% online means no sitting in a classroom or driving to a location miles away. Save time, money and energy when you take you DUI class with us.

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