Extreme DUI


Arizona Revised Statutes § 28-1382(A)(1) states an individual can be charged with an Extreme DUI if they drive or are in actual physical control (APC) of a motor vehicle and  have alcohol concentration of .150 or greater within two hours of driving.

Extreme DUI in Arizona is a class 1 misdemeanor.  A first offense, Extreme DUI can result in a mandatory sentence of at least 30 days jail. Additionally, a first-time extreme DUI offender faces all of the following penalties:

  •  A fine up to $250,
  •  An additional assessment of $250,
  •  Performance of community service or community restitution,
  •  Completion of an approved alcohol or drug education program,
  •  A $1,000 assessment to be deposited in the state prison construction and operations fund,
  •  A $1,000 assessment to be deposited in the public safety equipment fund
  •  A driver's license suspension of at least 90 days,
  •  Mandatory installation of an ignition interlock device for at least one year.

If a person has a prior DUI conviction within the last seven years, the minimum jail time for an Extreme DUI rises from 30 days to 120 days.

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About Raymond Kimble

Raymond A. Kimble is a former police officer and felony prosecutor who has twenty years experience defending people accused of DUI and other criminal offenses throughout Arizona. Mr. Kimble represents clients seeking experienced and aggressive representation to help them fight the charges they face. For more information, contact The Law Office of Raymond A. Kimble today.

Law Office of Raymond Kimble
2233 West Baseline Road, Suite C101
Tempe, AZ 85283
602-453-3030 (fax)