There is a huge difference between a regular DUI and an Extreme / Super Extreme DUI in AZ. In the State of Arizona, a Super Extreme DUI is when an individual driving under the influence records a blood alcohol concentration of .200 or above. Penalties and fines for an Extreme/Super Extreme conviction in Arizona can be devastating to individuals and families.
There are several penalties that are severely enhanced when comparing DUI and Super Extreme DUI.
Extended Jail Sentence – When convicted of aSuper Extreme DUI in Arizona, you must serve a minimum of 45 days, as opposed to the minimum of 1 day for a regular DUI conviction.
Additional Period for Ignition Interlock Device – All DUI cases in Arizona require an Interlock device when convicted. Super Extreme DUI requires a minimum period of 18 months, compared to the minimum of 12 months for regular DUI convictions.
Increased Fines – Super Extreme DUI convictions can accrue over $3000 in fines, compared to the minimum fine for 1st Offense Regular DUI, which is $1250.
Penalties for any form of DUI are severe. If you are facing charges of DUI, Extreme DUI, or Super Extreme DUI and are seeking representation, contact Naegle & Crider Criminal Defense Attorneys today. In our free consultation, we’ll be able to go over the details of your case. We take the time to ensure you are completely informed and will thoroughly investigate your case and fight for a dismissal or reduction of the charges against you.
Call 480-245-5550 to set-up a free consultation about your super extreme DUI in Arizona or use the below form and someone from our firm will contact you as soon as possible.