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