Sentence for a regular dui after aggravated dui
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Sorry about your husband's circumstance. If he had his license back and wasn't driving under a suspended license then he should be looking at a regular DUI. Since it was 4 years ago since his last and if there aren't other circumstances later revealed, he should be looking at a regular DUI. Regardless of the situation, it would probably be in his best interest to seek the help of an experienced DUI attorney. A DUI lawyer may be able to find a way to defend the pending DUI charges by reviewing the police report and the facts of the case. There are many choices available in Gilbert and throughout Arizona when seeking a good DUI defense lawyer. Find someone who you are comfortable and remember, the most expensive attorneys are not necessarily the best attorneys.
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And just to add on David's answer, felony DUI can also be charged if you did not have an interlock device on your car as required, or if there was a child in your car. Sounds like it will be a misdemeanor DUI, assuming his license was back.
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The "aggravated" part of a dui charge is getting a dui while driving on a suspended, revoked, or restricted license. If he fully has his license back then it would be a regular dui charge so long as this isn't his third in 84 months.