Phoenix, AZ asked in DUI / DWI for Arizona

Q: How much jail for 4 counts of aggravated DUI for causing an accident with a minor in the vehicle. All Felony (6)

My daughter caused an accident while driving with a BAC over .15 and had a child in the car at the time. She is being charged with 4 different counts of Aggravated DUI Felony 6. How much jail time is she looking at here?

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K. Bryan Goodman
K. Bryan Goodman
  • DUI & DWI Lawyer
  • Phoenix, AZ
  • Licensed in Arizona

A: Hello and thanks for the question. Unfortunately, it is impossible to give a precise answer without more information. To get the best answer, we will need to know about her criminal history. If she has no prior felony convictions of any kind, in any state, the minimum jail term is 10 days. If she has a recent felony conviction, she is facing .75 - 2.75 years in prison. If she has an old felony conviction (older than 5 years for some or 10 years for others), she is facing .3 - 2 years in prison. This is a very serious case and has a lot of potential consequences. She needs the help of an experienced DUI attorney. Most attorneys, including myself, offer free initial consultations. Set one up and get some answers that are tailored to her exact situation. Best of luck!

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