(DUI) – facts
- Driving with a BAC (blood-alcohol concentration) of 0.08 percent or greater is illegal and could lead to a DUI conviction.
- Implied Consent Law: By driving on Illinois roadways you automatically consent to submit to breath, blood and/or urine tests to determine intoxication.
- A DUI test refusal may be used as evidence against you in a DUI court case.
- Suspension/Revocation Law:
- If arrested with a BAC of .08 or greater, your driving privileges are suspended for 6 months.
- If you refuse to submit to testing, driving privileges are suspended for 1 year.
- For a 2nd DUI offense within 5 years, your driving privileges are suspended for 1 year if you fail the test or 3 years if you refuse to test.