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A DUI conviction in Arizona, will most likely result in a suspension of your California driver's license. This is because of the Interstate Drivers License Compact (IDLC). All but five states (Georgia, Massachusetts, Michigan, Tennessee, and Wisconsin) belong to the IDLC, which is based upon the concept that every driver in the country has a single drivers license and a single driving record. All states participating in the IDLC report driving arrests such as DUIs to each other. As such, Arizona will likely report your DUI conviction to California which will trigger an action against your drivers license. At this point, you should immediately contact an experienced California DUI attorney to fully evaluate your case and do everything possible to protect your license. I hope this answer was helpful. Good luck.
Answer Applies to: California