Arizona deems his blood-alcohol level 'super-extreme', but Michael Floyd calls DUI arrest 'a mistake' (Shutdown Corner)

In the state of Arizona, if you’re pulled over and charged with driving under the influence and your blood-alcohol level is found to be .20 or above, it’s deemed to be “super extreme DUI” (drivers are considered legally drunk if their BAC is .08 or higher). Under state law, a super-extreme DUI conviction carries a minimum 45-day jail sentence for first-time offenders.