In Peoria and the rest of Arizona, an aggravated DUI has harsher penalties and restrictions than a regular DUI charge—in particular, a mandatory prison sentence. While a DUI is typically considered a misdemeanor, an aggravated DUI can be charged as a felony in Arizona. To get this particular DUI charge, the following circumstances apply:
The following are the penalties for an aggravated DUI:
The ramifications of an aggravated DUI are absolutely devastating. Aside from the horrors of a prison sentence, losing thousands of dollars, and being unable to drive for years, a felony is a permanent black mark on your record. This can hinder everything from getting employment to getting loans from a bank.
This can hinder everything from getting employment to getting loans from a bank. If you find yourself in this situation, you should immediately seek the highest quality DUI and criminal representation. We will support you every step of the way, offer no judgment, and do everything possible to reduce the charges so that you don’t have to sit in jail or go through life as a convicted felon. At Rosenstein Law Group, we are available 24/7 to start evaluating and working on your case right away. Call us at 480-248-7666 or click here for a free consultation.