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DUI PENALTIES

Arizona Super-Extreme DUI

5 Things You Should Know About Arizona Super Extreme DUI Convictions

Arizona is one of a few states that has created something referred to as “Super Extreme DUI.”  A DUI is “Super Extreme” if a person’s blood alcohol concentration is .200 or above.  While this crime is still a misdemeanor, it carries a minimum jail term that is greater than most first time felonies.  There are several characteristics of this crime that make it unique.  Here are the five most important: 1. An extended period of an Ignition Interlock Device.  All

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Arizona Extreme DUI Penatlies

EXTREME DUI PENALTIES| The 2008 & Other Amendments

Updated September 5, 2020 Arizona’s Extreme DUI Law The are several types of DUI offenses in Arizona.  An extreme DUI is based on the blood alcohol concentration (BAC) level of the person accused of DUI.  Specifically, if the person has a BAC above a .150 they will be charged with extreme DUI under § 28-1382 of the Arizona Revised Statutes.  Prior Consequences | Extreme DUI Conviction The primary penalties for being convicted of an Extreme DUI charge include: Incarceration (a term of

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Arizona DUI Penalties

First Offense DUI Penalities | How They Have Changed

Updated August 30, 2020 In 2007 the Arizona legislature changed the penalties for first time Arizona DUI convictions.  Since that time there are have even more material changes.  Let’s take a look at them Back in 2007 On September 19, 2007, Arizona changed the penalties for a first time DUI conviction.  Under the change, the penalties vary based on the blood alcohol level of the person.  Here are some of the changes the legislature has made for a person convicted of

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