Extreme and Super Extreme DUI

In the state of Arizona, all DUIs are aggressively prosecuted. Extreme and Super Extreme DUIs, however, are more serious offenses and carry much stiffer penalties for those who are convicted. If a driver is found to have a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) of .15 or higher, they could be charged with what is known as an Extreme DUI. If someone is found to have a BAC of .20 or higher, they could be charged with a Super Extreme DUI.

At The Baker Law Firm, LLC in Phoenix, Arizona, our experienced attorneys can provide the criminal defense that you need for a charge of an Extreme or Super Extreme DUI. Any DUI is a serious criminal charge and carries penalties that could affect your driving privileges, your freedom and your future opportunities for employment and education. Make sure that your lawyer knows how to protect your rights and look out for your best interests.

Contact us to learn more about Extreme and Super Extreme DUIs in the state of Arizona. Call The Baker Law Firm, LLC to make an appointment for an initial consultation at 602-842-0359 .

Penalties for First Offense DUI, Extreme DUI and Super Extreme DUI

It is important to know the penalties that you may be facing if you are convicted for DUI in the state of Arizona:

Offense Fine Driver’s License Suspension Jail
1st Offense BAC .08> $250-$2,500 90 Days – 1 Year 1 Day – 6 Months
1st Offense Extreme DUI .15> $500-$2,500 Revocation 30 Days – 6 Months
1st Offense Super Extreme DUI .20< Up to $3,000 Revocation 45 days – 6 Months


Some jurisdictions in Arizona will allow individuals convicted of a DUI to serve time in house arrest or on work release instead of in jail. It may also be possible to reduce the penalties that you are facing by having an experienced lawyer on your side.

Learn More About Extreme DUI Charges

Any DUI charge needs to be taken seriously. Contact The Baker Law Firm, LLC and learn more about how to defend your rights if you have been arrested on a DUI charge in Arizona. Call our office at 602-842-0359 to make an appointment for an initial consultation.