If you have an alcohol restriction on your driver license, you may not operate or be in actual physical control of a vehicle with any measurable or detectable amount of alcohol in your body (UCA § 41-6a-529). If you are charged with an Alcohol Restricted Driver violation and subsequently convicted, the penalties can be equal to, or greater than, a DUI conviction.
In Utah, similar to a first offense DUI, an Alcohol Restricted Driver violation is a class B Misdemeanor. A class B Misdemeanor is punishable with a fine up to $1940 and a jail term of up to 180 days. Additionally, if you are convicted of an Alcohol Restricted Driver offense, you will face additional driver license penalties.