Under the current law if a first time offender with a DWI has a blood alcohol concentration of .08, to.19, his or her license revocation will be for 90 days. They can apply for a work permit after a revocation period of 15 days.
Beginning July 1, 2011, first time offender with a BAC of .16 or more will lose their driving privileges for 1 year, compared to the old 90 days.
With those testing .08 to .19, the .16 or more can have their full driving privileges for the entire period of 1 year if they agree to participate in the interlock program.
If you have a BAC of .20 or more, your driver’s license would be revoked for “twice the period of time” to “not less than one year”