Albuquerque Police Department APD Sobriety Check Point – Dude Where’s My Car

DWI Sergeant from the Albuquerque Police Department DWI Enforcement Unit talks about drinking while driving (DWI) sobriety check point that yields the arrest of 16 people suspected of driving while either intoxicated or under the influence.

http://www.dps.nm.org/lawEnforcement/dwi/dwiPenalties.php
Listed below are the penalties for drinking and driving DWI in The State of New Mexico.

1st Offense – MISDEMEANOR
6 months to 1 year license revocation (1 year if under 21)
Up to 90 days jail. Mandatory: DWI school, alcohol evaluation, ignition interlock for 1 year, community service. Other: treatment

2st Offense – MISDEMEANOR
2-year license revocation. Up to 364 days jail, 96 hours mandatory. Up to $1,000 fine, $500 mandatory Other mandatory penalties: alcohol evaluation, community service, treatment, ignition interlock for 2 years. Other: Up to 5 years probation.

3rd Offense – MISDEMEANOR
3-year license revocation. Up to 364 days jail, mandatory 30 days. Up to $1,000 fine, $750 mandatory . Other mandatory penalties: alcohol evaluation, community service, treatment, ignition interlock for 3 years. Other: Up to 5 years probation.

4th Offense – FELONY 4th DEGREE
Lifetime license revocation with 5-year court review. Up to 18 months prison, 6 months mandatory. Up to $5,000 fine. Other mandatory penalties: alcohol evaluation, treatment, lifetime ignition interlock with 5-year court review.

5th Offense – FELONY 4th DEGREE
Lifetime license revocation with 5-year court review. Up to 2 years prison, 1 year mandatory. Up to $5,000 fine. Other mandatory penalties: alcohol evaluation, treatment, lifetime ignition interlock with 5-year court review.

6th Offense – FELONY 3rd DEGREE
Lifetime license revocation with 5-year court review. Up to 30 months prison, 18 months mandatory. Up to $5,000 fine. Other mandatory penalties: alcohol evaluation, treatment, lifetime ignition interlock with 5-year court review.

7th or Subsequent Offense – FELONY 3rd DEGREE
Lifetime license revocation with 5-year court review. Up to 3-year prison, 2-year mandatory. Up to $5,000 fine. Other mandatory penalties: alcohol evaluation, treatment, lifetime ignition interlock with 5-year court review.

Aggravated DWI – .16 BAC or above, refusal to take BAC test, or cause bodily injury while DWI
1st offense, mandatory: additional 2 days jail.
2nd offense, mandatory: additional 4 days jail.
3rd offense, mandatory: additional 60 days jail.

Selling or Giving Alcohol to a Minor – FELONY 4th DEGREE
To knowingly sell, serve or give alcoholic beverages to a minor, or to permit a minor to consume alcoholic beverages, or to assist a minor to buy alcoholic beverages.
Does not apply to parents serving their own children in their home, or to an adult spouse of a minor. Minor here means someone under 21 years of age

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