Gary Churak's Answer
Well, it’s going to be the same as if you were arrested for an alcohol DWI. If you submit to a breath or blood test and fail, your license will be suspended for 90 days administratively. If you refuse, your license will be suspended for up to 180 days administratively. If you are convicted for DWI, either alcohol or drugs, you’re looking at a potential license suspension. However, if it’s your first offense, you are able to take a class through DPS to keep your license so it will not be suspended if you’re put on probation. If you’re convicted and sent to jail, you will lose your license for up to two years.