Have You Gotten Your 2nd DUI In Arizona?

Stop and think for a minute. 2nd DUIs and extreme DUIs are prosecuted more severely, so make sure you protect yourself. There are a few different scenarios for a 2nd DUI in Phoenix, Scottsdale, and the state of Arizona:

Second Offense (Non-Extreme DUI)

It happens more than once; the effects can further tarnish a person’s future. Multiple DUI’s carry penalties that worsen with each subsequent charge within seven years of the previous. While a first offense can result in severe penalties, multiple offenses significantly raise the DUI penalties you face.

Along with the very severe criminal penalties you may experience, there are a number of other collateral consequences you may face. A Second Offense Non-Extreme DUI on your driving record will result in a revocation of your driving privilege and will most likely affect your ability to gain employment in certain industries.

A Second Offense Non-Extreme DUI can impact a person’s professional license through certain licensing boards. It can affect a person’s ability to obtain or keep a Commercial Driver’s License (CDL). (A second conviction for DUI will result in a lifetime disqualification of a person’s CDL.) Penalties for a first conviction are tough, but the criminal penalties for a Second Offense Extreme DUI become exponentially worse, so you want us fighting for you.

Penalties

  1. Minimum 90 days jail with 60 suspended upon completion of alcohol screening and treatment.
  2. Minimum $500 fine plus 84% surcharge.
  3. At least 30 hours of community service.
  4. Assessments: $1250 to PCF and $1250 to PSEF
  5. The Ignition Interlock Device for 12 months pursuant to ARS § 28-3319.
  6. Any jail fees.
  7. Revocation of Driving Privilege.
  8. 8 points on your MVD record.

Second Offense Extreme DUI

The State of Arizona vigorously prosecutes all DUI’s, including Second Offense Extreme DUI’s. If convicted of a second Extreme DUI within seven years of another DUI, the penalties can be very severe:

Penalties

  1. Minimum 120 days jail.
  2. Minimum $500 fine plus surcharges.
  3. Assessments: $1250 to PCF and $1250 to PSEF
  4. An additional $250 assessment.
  5. The Ignition Interlock Device for 12 months pursuant to ARS § 28-3319.
  6. Jail fees.
  7. Revocation of Driving Privilege.
  8. Alcohol Screening and Treatment.
  9. 8 points on your MVD record.

Second Offense Super Extreme DUI

If convicted of a Second Offense Super Extreme DUI within seven years of another DUI, the penalties will be very severe. A Second Offense Super Extreme DUI can tarnish a person’s future, and without the most aggressive representation, you could be in trouble:

Penalties

  1. Minimum 180 days jail (The Max).
  2. Minimum $1000 fine plus 84% surcharge.
  3. Assessments: $1250 to PCF and $1250 to PSEF.
  4. An additional $250 assessment.
  5. The Ignition Interlock Device for 24 months pursuant to ARS § 28-3319
  6. Jail fees.
  7. Revocation of Driving Privilege.
  8. Alcohol Screening and Treatment.
  9. 8 points on your MVD record.

How The Ramos Law Firm Can Defend Your Second Offense DUI Case in Arizona

At the Ramos Law Firm, we understand that being arrested for DUI and the possibility of being convicted can be a very traumatic experience. As a true 24/7 Arizona DUI lawyer, Mr. Ramos will always be available for you and will make every effort to reduce the stress by regular and effective communication.

Paul Ramos has 24 years of experience as a practicing Arizona DUI lawyer. He will conduct an aggressive and thorough investigation of the case including obtaining and reviewing the police report for inaccuracies, inconsistencies, and/or omissions of relevant facts. All relevant witnesses, including police officers, will be thoroughly interviewed. Legal issues or defenses often become apparent after the completion of key witness interviews. Mr. Ramos will vigorously assert any legal issues and/or DUI defenses on your behalf.

As a DUI Trial Attorney of 24 years and Certified Specialist in Criminal Law, Mr. Ramos has extensive knowledge of the court system and DUI laws. He can develop the best possible trial strategy and defense and will handle your DUI case with a high level of personal service. If you have been arrested for DUI in Phoenix, Scottsdale, Chandler, Mesa, Gilbert of anywhere in the State of Arizona, call our office today for a free consultation to discuss your case and your rights. An immediate, thorough and aggressive investigation of your matter can potentially help to preserve or build evidence crucial to the defense of your Extreme DUI case.

If You’ve Been Arrested for a DUI in Arizona, Call DUI Lawyer Paul Ramos at (480) 247-8558 for a Free, Confidential Case Evaluation.

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