Everybody loves the month of March... Spring is here, flowers are beginning to bloom, March Madness brackets are being formed, and everyone's favorite green beer holiday is being celebrated every single weekend. Around the Valley, tons of bars have drink specials to entice you to come in and celebrate being Irish, even if you aren't Irish. However, these bars are not the only people who are looking for you during this celebratory season; the Cops are out in full force, waiting to bust you for a DUI. Various DUI-task forces are set up around the Valley, and these officers will find any excuse to pull you over. If you find yourself investigated for a DUI, please call us while in custody at the station, or even the next day. You need an experienced DUI lawyer to help you fight these charges because believe us, no amount of Irish luck will be able to save you from the harsh consequences that a DUI conviction has in store.
In our last post in this series, we discussed the minimum penalties for a conviction of a BAC Above .08 Charge in Arizona. Now, we will discuss the consequences for a conviction under A.R.S. Section 28-1382(A) - which is a charge for BAC Above .15 within two hours of driving. This charge is most commonly known as an Extreme DUI.
Continuing with our series on misdemeanor DUI penalties in Arizona, we will now discuss the minimum penalties for a conviction of the BAC Greater Than .08 Within 2 Hours of Driving Charge under A.R.S. Section 28-1381(A)(2) (commonly referred to as BAC Above .08).