Arizona Child-in-Car DUI Attorney

A.R.S. § 28-1383(A)(3)

No Priors
No Prior Felony Charges. Impaired to the Slightest Degree by alcohol, drugs, and/or vapor releasing substance; or BAC above .08 (but less than .15); or having any illicit drug or its metabolite in your system:

  • Sentencing can range from one day to two years in jail. (DOC) The minimum sentencs is 10 days in jail, of which nine may be suspended if successfully complete alcohol classes. However, jail term follows statutory requirements for Misdemeanor DUIs. Can be sentenced to Regular DUI Class 6; Extreme DUI Class 6; or Super Extreme DUI Class 6, as well as 2nd Time offenses of any of the above.
  • 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. However, can get work/school permit if commission date on or after 2/1/06. Will have Ignition Interlock on vehicle during restricted license period.

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 eight months to a two and three quarters year in jail (DOC). With one nonallegible felony; four months to a year and nine months 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

Two or More Priors
With two or more allegible felonies; sentencing can range from two and three qaurter year to five and three quarters year in jail (DOC). With one nonallegible felony; eight months to a two and three quarter year 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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