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Question:

If an adult driver is convicted of DUI for the second time in five years, he or she will be sentenced to jail for at least _______ if his or her blood alcohol concentration (BAC) was less than 0.15% at the time of the offense.

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If an adult driver is convicted of DUI, he or she will be sentenced to jail for a second offense. The sentence will be between ten days and one year if the driver's blood alcohol concentration (BAC) was less than 0.15% at the time of the offense, or between six months and one year if the driver's BAC was at least 0.15%. [E. Penalties; Chapter X. Drinking and Driving; Rhode Island Driver's Manual]