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What are the OUI / DUI penalties if you hurt someone while intoxicated in Maine?

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OUI / DUI Penalties if you have hurt someone in Maine

According to the Maine Revised Statutes §2411 (2003), you can be convicted of criminal OUI if you caused a serious bodily injury to another driver or passenger or caused the death of another person. Any OUI offense that results in loss of life or serious injury will result in steeper penalties and, in some cases, additional charges. Multiple OUI offenses in a ten year period of time can also lead to an increase in penalties. Most Out charges are Class D crimes, but when one of these factors are present, the charges get more serious.

An OUI accident that resulted in serious injury is a Class C offense and will result in:

A minimum fine of $2,100
A minimum of 6 months of incarceration
6 years of license suspension
An OUI accident that resulting in death as well as an OUI conviction where the driver has previously been convicted of a Class B or Class C OUI or driving offense are both Class B offenses and will result in:

A minimum fine of $2,100
A minimum of 6 months of incarceration
10 years of license suspension

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