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Police to Rev Up DUI Enforcement Over Super Bowl Weekend
The Hawai’i Police Department plans to increase traffic enforcement through DUI checkpoints over the Super Bowl weekend.
In a statement from HPD, police warns the public that the effort is part of the national and statewide “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” campaign.
Individuals pulled over for driving under the influence of an intoxicant could face these following penalties:
- Minimum bail for release from jail, $500
- Installation of interlock system, $200 plus $92.56 a month
- Loss of driver’s license
- Possible cancellation of insurance policy or a premium increase of up to $100 per month
- Alcohol assessment classes
- Community service
- Towing fees to recover vehicle
- Court fines
- Possible jail time
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