Under most circumstances, a DUI charge is categorized as a misdemeanor. But under certain conditions, the County Attorney's Office may charge a felony Aggravated DUI (A.R.S. § 28-1383). Those conditions include:
Just like misdemeanor DUIs, Arizona has extremely harsh criminal penalties for Aggravated DUI convictions. An Aggravated DUI conviction carries a mandatory prison sentence. If you are charged with an Aggravated DUI, or you think a charge may be coming, call today -- time is of the essence.
Call Guardian Law Group now -- (602) 935-5039
The County Attorney’s Office will charge an Aggravated DUI as a Class 4 Felony if:
If convicted of a Class 4 Felony, you could be facing these criminal penalties:
If you've been arrested for an Aggravated DUI, or if you think those charges are coming soon, do not hesitate to call Guardian Law Group for a free consultation and case review -- (602) 935-5039
If you're facing Aggravated DUI charges, the prosecutor and police have a big head start. The evidence has been collected, analyzed, reviewed, and prepared for prosecution against you.
However, their evidence is often flawed. Police can and do make mistakes. Don't buy into tough talk from the prosecution. Very few cases are a lost cause and Guardian Law puts every case to the test:
This is only a short list of the common legal defenses to a Aggravated DUI. An experienced, aggressive attorney from Guardian Law Group will evaluate every aspect of your case and discover every available defense - including the UNCOMMON defenses that can often lead to a great case outcome.
Don't wait, call Guardian Law Group now -- (602) 935-5039