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Question:

If you are convicted of road rage (deliberately threatening someone while you're driving) for the first time, you may face which of the following penalties?

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Explaination

Road rage is behavior while driving that threatens another person. In Oregon, the relevant criminal offense is "menacing." If you are found guilty of menacing while driving, the court will suspend your license for 90 days for a first offense. Moreover, menacing is a Class A misdemeanor, punishable by up to 364 days in jail, a fine of up to $6,250, or both. [Road Rage; Dangerous Driving Behaviors; 7. Safe and Responsible Driving; Oregon Driver Manual], [ORS 161.615], [ORS 161.635], [ORS 163.190], [ORS 809.411], [ORS 809.428]