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ARS 28-1383 – Aggravated DUI Arizona: Penalties & Punishment

An Aggravated DUI in Arizona is defined by A.R.S. 28-1383 and is a Felony DUI charge and if convicted you will get a mandatory minimum PRISON sentence. We’ve put together this page to show the different penalties associated with an Aggravated DUI in Arizona. Keep in mind that the penalties for an Aggravated DUI are very severe when compared to a Regular DUI (.08% BAC) or an Extreme DUI (.15 – .199% BAC).

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If you are convicted of Aggravated DUI/DWI in Arizona you will face some of the strictest DUI penalties in the nation.

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An Arizona Aggravated DUI/DWI conviction carries penalties of:

Aggravated DUI First Offense Felony:

  • Mandatory Prison Time: 4 Months Prison
  • Loss of Driver’s License: Driver’s License Revocation For At Least 3 Years
  • Supervised Probation: Requiring monthly visits, monthly probation fees and random urinalysis
  • Alcohol Screening & Classes

Aggravated DUI Second Offense Felony:

  • Mandatory Prison Time: 2.25-7.5 Years Prison
  • Loss of Driver’s License: Driver’s License Revocation For At Least 3 Years
  • Supervised Probation: Requiring monthly visitsmonthly probation fees and random urinalysis
  • Alcohol Screening & Classes

Aggravated DUI Third Offense Felony or More:

  • Mandatory Prison Time: 6-15 Years Prison
  • Loss of Driver’s License: Driver’s License Revocation For At Least 3 Years
  • Supervised Probation: Requiring monthly visitsmonthly probation fees and random urinalysis
  • Alcohol Screening & Classes

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Aggravated DUI with Child in Car:

Watch David Cantor explain an Aggravated DUI with a child in the car:

If you are cited for any DUI while a child under the age of 15 was a passenger, you can also be charged with an Aggravated DUI (class six (6) felony). Although this type of DUI is not as serious as the standard class four (4) Aggravated DUI, it still is a felony. The State would need to prove not only that the child in the car was under 15 years of age, but that you were also either impaired by alcohol while driving, or you had a blood alcohol concentration of .08% or higher within two (2) hours of being stopped by the Police.

Additional Punishment for Aggravated DUI/DWI

In addition, to the above penalties in the state of Arizona you will also face additional penalties of:

  • License Revocation For a Minimum of 3 Years
  • Upon Reinstatement Mandatory Ignition Interlock Device

Time is not on your side and you will suffer all consequences as dictated by Arizona DUI Law without an experienced Felony DUI attorney to defend you.

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