Being charged with extreme DUI means you have an alcohol concentration of .15 or higher within two hours of being pulled over for driving under the influence. If you are convicted of extreme DUI, based on the degree of your intoxication, you will face a jail sentence, be forced to pay a fine, be required to attend multiple safety classes, and lose your driving privileges.
If your alcohol concentration exceeds .20 and it can be proven, and/or you plead guilty to it, that's why we call it super extreme DUI, but it's just the next step of the extreme DUI. The penalties are harsher. Forty-five days in jail, first offense, mandatory. The fine, again, goes up about another $2,000, mandatory. The classes, you're going to add another 20 or so hours, mandatory. And the ignition interlock device goes from a year to a year and a half. So the higher you go into the extreme DUI category, the harsher the penalties are just for a first offense.