Extreme DUI – Glendale City Court

A “regular” DUI is one where the measured blood alcohol content, or BAC, is between 0.08 and 0.15 and is serious in itself. An “Extreme” DUI, however, or one with a BAC between 0.15 and 0.199, carries enhanced and more severe punishments.

If you face an Extreme DUI case in the Glendale City Court you need to contact a DUI defense lawyer to assist you. The Rosenstein Law Group will provide a free consultation to give you your best options and defenses in the Extreme DUI case that you face. Call today at 480-248-7666 or contact us online to set up your consultation.

Penalties for Extreme DUI in Glendale City Court

If convicted of an Extreme DUI in Glendale City Court, you will be required to serve 30-180 days in jail. You can be placed on probation for up to 5 years, and you will be fined and required to pay other costs and fees. Your driver’s license may be suspended for 90 days and may have to participate in alcohol treatment.

If you have a prior DUI conviction within the last 84 months, a conviction for an Extreme DUI in the Glendale City Court will require a minimum jail sentence of 120 days – 180 days, along with all of the other sanctions.

Each Extreme DUI case is different, but the Rosenstein Law Group will tailor a defense to your case that will help you achieve the best results possible. Some defenses may be:

  • No physical control of the car
  • Inaccurate chemical tests
  • Arrest without probable cause
  • Car stopped without reasonable suspicion
  • Miranda Rights violation
  • Right to counsel violation
  • Independent test violation
  • Involuntary evidence

Glendale City Court Extreme DUI Attorney

The extreme consequences of an Extreme DUI are something you should not face alone. Time is of the essence and you should get representation as quickly as possible. Contact the Rosenstein Law Group at 480-248-7666 or online for a free consultation today.


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