A BAC of .15 to .199 equals extreme DUI, according to Arizona drunk driving laws. Or roughly twice the legal limit of .08 BAC. A second offense of extreme DUI will mean a minimum of 120 days in jail (and 180 days in jail can be imposed), revocation of a driver’s license for one year (without the option of a work permit), and in some cases, forfeiture of the vehicle, as well.
If you were pulled over while driving anywhere on the 101 and the Salt River Indian Reservation and the police say that your blood alcohol content was .15 or greater, you now face a legal crisis. If you are convicted of DUI with a BAC at this level, enhanced criminal and civil sanctions will apply. Drunk driving where BAC is between .15 and .199 (double the amount for “ordinary” DUI) is considered to be “Extreme DUI.”
The Rosenstein Law Group offers free consultations and will tell you what your options and defenses are in your Extreme DUI case from the West Mesa Justice Court. Call us today at 480-248-7666 or contact us online to arrange your consultation today.
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A DUI arrest on the 101 and the Indian Reservation is a frightening and high-stakes event. Our attorneys believe that it is important for our clients to know their rights at every stage of their case. We also know that results are what our clients are looking for above all. No two cases are alike, and it is impossible to predict with certainty how your Arizona drunk driving defense will play out. However, we confidently offer aggressive DUI defense tactics in every case, including those involving challenging issues.
Contact a West Mesa Justice Court Criminal Defense Attorney Today. We have answers at Rosenstein Law Group. Contact us online here or call to schedule your free consultation at 480-248-7666 today for your DUI case out of the West Mesa Justice Courts.