Video FAQ: What is Aggravated DUI in Kentucky?
An aggravated DUI, actually, is not a charge in Ohio, it is in Kentucky, if you’re driving in the commonwealth of Kentucky.
The aggravators there would be driving 30 miles per hour or over the speed limit, getting in an accident that causes death or serious physical injury, driving the wrong way on a limited access highway or having a blood alcohol level of 0.15 or greater, but the charge of aggravated offense DUI is not the same in Ohio as it is in Kentucky.
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