The Ohio Revised Code mandates a tougher sentence for certain OVI offenders. If the individual tested .17 or above on the breathalyzer or if the individual refused to submit to a chemical test of his blood, breath or urine and has a prior OVI within the last twenty years he will face more serious penalties. The revised code requires judges to sentence individuals who fall into either of these categories to an enhanced sentence. Specifically, judges must double the jail time that would ordinarily be ordered. Therefore, even though the offender has no prior OVI convictions, he must serve six days of incarceration or enter a six day driver intervention program instead of the three days a first time offender would ordinarily serve.