When you get arrested for a DUI in Utah, you face two separate kinds of penalties. One type is the criminal penalties that you are probably already worried about. These consist of fines, probation, drug and alcohol abuse classes that a judge orders you to take, and jail time. However, there are another set of penalties you could face as well. These penalties are administered by the Drivers License Division, and could include drivers license suspensions, ignition interlock requirements, “alcohol restricted driver” status, and more. Read on to learn all the ins and outs of these Driver License Division (DLD) penalties.
Driver License Suspension
120 day license suspension for first time DUI arrest.
Ignition Interlock Requirements
Becoming an “Alcohol Restricted Driver”