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An aggravated DUI is essentially a DUI with certain "aggravating factors" present at the time of the arrest. Driving without a full license: A driver facing DUI charges will face aggravated DUI if upon arrest that individual's driver's license is suspended, revoked or restricted. Felony or aggravated DWI offenders face anywhere from 6 months in jail up 20 years. Aggravated DWI with a child passenger carries a jail sentence anywhere between 6 months to 2 years. If it is your third offense, you face a minimum of two years and up to 10 years in jail.