Arizona Aggravated DUI Attorney

A.R.S. § 28-1383(A)

No Priors
Impaired to the Slightest Degree by alcohol, drugs, and/or vapor releasing substance; or BAC above .08; or having any illicit drug or its metabolite in your system WITH License issue; 3rd DUI within 84 months; or when Ignition Interlock required:

  • Sentencing can range from four months to three and three quarter year in jail. (DOC) The minimum sentencs is four months in jail, and must serve every day of those 4 months.
  • A minimum of $750 fine, $250 fee, $630 surcharge, $1,500 prison fund, $1,500 public safety equipment fund, $20 time pay fee, $20 probation fee and $13 law enforcement assessment. Adding up to $4,683 in total fees, fines and payments.
  • Three year license revocation.

Other consequences include:

  • Possible probation up to 10 years, alcohol/drug screening and classes, possible community service, pay for jail incarceration, possible monthly probation fees of $65, two years Ignition Interlock required, DNA taken, Victim Impact Panel (MADD), Possible DUI Court Program and Felony is forever allegeable

One Prior

  • With one allegible felony; sentencing can range from two and a quarter years to a seven and a half years in jail (DOC). With one nonallegible felony; one year to three and three quarter years (DOC), no probation eligible.
  • A minimum of $750 fine, $250 fee, $630 surcharge, $1,500 prison fund, $1,500 public safety equipment fund, $20 time pay fee, $20 probation fee and $13 law enforcement assessment. Adding up to $4,683 in total fees, fines and payments.
  • three year license revocation.

Other consequences include:

  • Possible probation up to 10 years, alcohol/drug screening and classes, possible community service, pay for jail incarceration, possible monthly probation fees of $65, two years Ignition Interlock required, DNA taken, Victim Impact Panel (MADD), Possible DUI Court Program and Felony is forever allegeable

Two or More Priors

  • With two or more allegible felonies; sentencing can range from six years to 15 years in jail (DOC). With one nonallegible felony; two and a quarter years to seven and a quater years in jail (DOC), no probation eligible.
  • A minimum of $750 fine, $250 fee, $630 surcharge, $1,500 prison fund, $1,500 public safety equipment fund, $20 time pay fee, $20 probation fee and $13 law enforcement assessment. Adding up to $4,683 in total fees, fines and payments.
  • three year license revocation.

Other consequences include:

  • Possible probation up to 10 years, alcohol/drug screening and classes, possible community service, pay for jail incarceration, possible monthly probation fees of $65, two years Ignition Interlock required, DNA taken, Victim Impact Panel (MADD), Possible DUI Court Program and Felony is forever allegeable

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