Phoenix, AZ asked in DUI / DWI for Arizona

Q: super extreme DUI - Am I really going to be serving 45 days for this? I'm a college student and have a job

I am currently in the process of getting charged w a Super Extreme DUI in Arizona...I have a prior Disorderly Conduct charge from a couple years ago, will this eliminate the possibility of home detention in place of jail time for me? Am I going to have to go to jail for 45 days like it says?

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Zachary Divelbiss
Zachary Divelbiss
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  • DUI & DWI Lawyer
  • Phoenix, AZ
  • Licensed in Arizona

A: This is a really good question to speak in confidence with a lawyer about. As a lawyer, we have to advise you that you could possibly face the maximum sentence but there are always different things we can do to get the sentence reduced. A lawyer will also be able to tell you how good your case is after speaking with you. The fact that you have a prior Disorderly Conduct might make it worse but it will not likely be an issue. The main prior to work about are DUI's. Either way, a Super Extreme DUI is tough in AZ and even more tough for a student trying to keep their job. I recommend contacting us directly to meet for a confidential consultation. Zach@Divellaw.com 480-935-6545

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