Answer: If a person is on federal property and they get stopped and ticketed or arrested for OWI, that case has to go through federal court instead of the state court system. So, it is a completely different setup. However, the maximum and the minimum penalties are the same as it would be in state court. So federal court doesn’t have its own laws on OWI specifically, because normally they would not regulate OWI cases. So, they reflect state law, but the system that you go through is completely different because you have to go through federal court and you have to follow the federal court rules, which are quite different than state court rules. So the procedure looks quite different even though the penalties remain the same as they would be if you had not been on federal property.