What is an aggrevated DUI?
An Aggrevated DUI A.K.A a felony DUI involves other circumstances surrounding the arrest and accusation. If you receive a DUI while driving with a child under age 15, you can be charged with aggravated DUI.
Other circumstances can turn a DUI into a felony include:
- Receiving a DUI with two or more previous DUI convictions in the last 7 years
- Receiving a DUI while driving with a revoked or suspended license
- Causing a serious accident
What are the Consequences for an aggrevated DUI in Arizona?
- Minimum of 4 Months in Prison
- Drug/Alcohol Screening
- Counseling based On Results of Screening
- $750 fine + surcharge up to $2500 in fees
- First Time Offenders have probation available (10 years)
- 3 Year Drivers License Revocation
- Required Interlock Device