Most DUI charges are Class 1 misdemeanors. While misdemeanor DUI convictions have serious consequences, more serious DUI charges are charged as either a Class 4 Felony or Class 6 Felony and have even harsher penalties. These felony DUI, or Aggravated DUI charges, are filed in the cases that result in the most danger to the community as decided by the legislature.
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In Arizona, an Aggravated DUI - Felony DUI charge usually results of one of these conditions:
- Third DUI within 7 years
- DUI while license suspended, revoked or restricted
- You are required to have an ignition interlock device in your car and you do not, and you are impaired
- DUI while a child under 15 years of age is in the car
Arizona DUI Convictions Mean Jail Time
All felony DUI convictions involve jail time and extended loss of driving privileges in addition to extreme financial penalties. It is important that you have a strong, experienced Scottsdale DUI Lawyer like William L. Morris to protect your rights and advise you as you go through the legal process. We work hard to eliminate or minimize the effects of a DUI conviction on you and your family.