Regular DUI In Arizona
What Is a Regular DUI?
A regular DUI is defined as an offense in which a person is operating a motor vehicle with a BAC (Blood Alcohol Content) level of 0.08% or more.
Your Consequences can be up to 6 months in a jail and a $2500 fine with a minimum of 10 days in a jail which may be expedited by 9 days by completing a required drug and/or alcohol evaluation and submitting to treatment.
FINE & COSTS: $250.00 fine, plus a surcharge and another $500.00 for the Arizona Prison Construction Fund & Plus an additional $500.00 assessment for DPS.
LICENSE: The MVD will suspend your driver’s license for a minimum of 90 days. You could be eligible for a restricted driver’s license after the initial 30 days of the suspension, upon completion of an alcohol screening. This permit allows to you travel to and from work, school, and/or treatment.
COUNSELING: The number of hours of counseling required as a part of your sentence will be determined by the alcohol screening agency. The minimum number of hours of counseling is 16. If the treatment program is completed as ordered then the court may defer jail time in which it will be deleted and not served.
PROBATION: You could be placed on probation for up to five years.
IGNITION INTERLOCK DEVICE: You will be required to have an ignition interlock device installed on your vehicle for a minimum of 6 months. If the above conditions are met along with 6 months of the ignition interlock device being used then the remaining 6 months will be removed. Theodore Agnick P.C. can help you get through your DUI with as little damage to your life as possible. Our goal is to have your DUI affect you the least amount possible.