Wyoming Drunk Driving Penalties

Like any other states in the United States of America, Wyoming also has imposed some strict Wyoming drunk driving penalties for those who get convicted under the charges of driving under the influence of alcohol or driving while impaired. The Implied Consent Law also applies, which means the traffic officials do not need to take permission from you to conduct the chemical test to determine the BAC level. You have the legal obligation to co-operate. If you refuse to take the field sobriety test, it will result in additional mandatory penalties, which include six months of suspension of your driving license if it is the first time refusal; for a second time refusal, the suspension can be for an 18-month period. Whether you get convicted or not in the court, the penalties for the refusal of taking the chemical test will remain applicable. Following is a brief rundown on what kind of penalties you can expect on dui convictions.