April 27, 2010

Aggravated DUI (Felony DUI)

A person may be guilty of an Aggravated DUI (or felony DUI) if they:

  1. Drive under the influence of drugs or alcohol while their license is suspended, canceled, revoked or refused, or while there is any restriction placed on their license (including a suspension for a previous DUI charge).
  2. Commit three or more DUI offenses within a 84 months (7 year) period, excluding time spend incarcerated. The prior offenses are not restricted to Arizona, but include any DUI offenses from any state.
  3. Are convicted of driving under the influence while a person under the age of 15 is in the vehicle.

More information about the specific charges involved in aggravated DUI can be found in the DUI Categories.


Contact Us for a Consultation

Use the below form to send us details of your DUI case, or call (602) 494-3444 to speak to us.

Required:

All information will be kept confidential.