When faced with a Super Extreme DUI, it is critical that you contact a highly qualified DUI attorney to protect your rights.
Arizona Revised Statutes 28-1382(A)(2)
It is unlawful for a person to drive if the person has an alcohol concentration of 0.20 or more within two hours of driving.
First Offense Super Extreme DUI Penalties in Arizona:
The maximum sentence for a first offense Extreme DUI is six months in jail and up to $2,500 in fines.
The minimum sentence for a first offense Extreme DUI in Arizona includes:
- 45 days in jail – In a limited number of City Courts, individuals without a violent past may be eligible to serve as few as 3 days in jail with the remaining 28 days served as home detention
- Alcohol screening and counseling.
- Fines, fees and costs of approximately $3,220
- Driver’s license suspension
- Ignition Interlock after license reinstatement
- 8 points assessed against driver’s license
- Attend traffic safety school
Other potential penalties:
- Possible Probation for up to 5 years
- Possible community service
- Possible MADD Impact Panel
- Possible Jail costs
- Possible increased Insurance premiums
- Possible SR22 ( High Risk Insurance)
It is important to hire an experienced DUI lawyer who actually understands how the courts, judges, and prosecutors operate. Each court has their own sentencing guidelines. Even with the guidelines, not all judges working in the same court sentence the same way. Additionally, in some jurisdictions, the court may offer home detention but the prosecutors will not include home detention in a plea offer. Without experienced counsel, the uninformed often receive extra days in jail and other penalties that can be avoided. For a free consultation, contact us today.