Aggravated DUI

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Unlike misdemeanor DUIs, Aggravated DUIs are felony offenses in Arizona. There are a number of ways one can be charged with an Aggravated DUI. The following mandatory minimum and discretionary maximum penalties apply:

Types of Aggravated DUI

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  1. Receiving a DUI while your license is suspended/cancelled/revoked/restricted (Class 4 Felony)
    1. Prison
      1. Mandatory Minimum – 4 months.
      2. Maximum – 3.75 years.
    2. Fines
      1. Typical – $4,700
      2. Maximum – $150,000 (plus 83% in surcharges)
  • Mandatory Drug/Alcohol Screening and/or Treatment
  1. Possible Probation – 10 years
  2. Possible Community Service
  3. Possible DUI Impact Panel
  • MVD
    1. Mandatory revocation of license for one year
    2. Mandatory ignition interlock device for one year or longer
    3. 8 points on your driving record (which will result in a Traffic Survival School Assignment or a 90 day “point” suspension)
    4. Possible SR22 insurance
  1. Third DUI offense – (Class 4 Felony)
    1. Prison
      1. Mandatory Minimum – 4 months in prison.
      2. Maximum – 3.75 years.
    2. Fines
      1. Typical – $4,700
      2. Maximum – $150,000 (plus 83% in surcharges)
  • Mandatory Drug/Alcohol Screening and/or Treatment
  1. Possible Probation
  2. Possible Community Service
  3. Possible DUI Impact Panel
  • MVD
    1. Mandatory revocation of license for one year
    2. Mandatory ignition interlock device for one year or longer
    3. 8 points on your driving record (which will result in a Traffic Survival School Assignment or a 90 day “point” suspension)
    4. Possible SR22 Insurance
  1. Fourth or More DUI Offense (Class 4 Felony)
    1. Prison
      1. Mandatory Minimum – 8 months.
      2. Maximum – 3.75 years
    2. Fines
      1. Typical – $4,700
      2. Maximum – $150,000 (plus 83% in surcharges)
  • Mandatory Drug/Alcohol Screening and/or Treatment
  1. Possible Probation
  2. Possible Community Service
  3. Possible DUI Impact Panel
  • MVD
    1. Mandatory revocation of license for one year
    2. Mandatory ignition interlock device for one year or longer
    3. 8 points on your driving record (which will result in a Traffic Survival School Assignment or a 90 day “point” suspension)
    4. Possible SR22 Insurance
  1. DUI on ignition interlock restriction (Class 4 Felony)
    1. Prison
      1. Mandatory Minimum – 1 year
      2. Maximum – 3.75 years.
    2. Fines
      1. Typical – $4,700
      2. Maximum – $150,000 (plus 83% in surcharges)
  • Possible Probation
  1. Possible Community Service
  2. Possible DUI Impact Panel
  3. MVD
    1. Mandatory revocation of license for one year
    2. Mandatory ignition interlock device for one year or longer
    3. 8 points on your driving record (which will result in a Traffic Survival School Assignment or a 90 day “point” suspension)
    4. Possible SR22 Insurance
  4. DUI while person under 15 in the vehicle (Class 6 Felony)
    1. Incarceration
      1. Minimum – same as misdemeanor DUI mandatory minimums (which depend on alcohol content levels)
      2. Maximum – 2 years in prison
    2. Fines
      1. Typical – $4,700
      2. Maximum – $150,000 (plus 83% in surcharges)
  • Mandatory Drug/Alcohol Screening and/or Treatment
  1. Possibility of Probation
  2. Possible Community Service
  3. Possible DUI Impact Panel
  • MVD
    1. Mandatory revocation of license for one year
    2. Mandatory ignition interlock device for one year or longer
    3. 8 points on your driving record (which will result in a Traffic Survival School Assignment or a 90 day “point” suspension)
    4. Possible SR22 Insurance

Even if you are not convicted of an Aggravated DUI, the Motor Vehicle Division (MVD) may nevertheless administratively suspend your license if your BAC is above a .08 or if you refuse to submit to an alcohol content test. The suspension may last anywhere between 3 months to 2 years.

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