Those who have been arrested for one of the following are required to attend a DUI Program:
Driving Under the Influence (DUI), regardless of whether or not it has been reduced to Reckless Driving
The deciding factors on whether or not to register for a DUI Level I or DUI Level II are listed below. If you meet any single one of the following, you will be required to complete a DUI Level II, rather than a DUI Level I:
Previous DUI arrest
Previous DUI conviction
Previous DUI program attendance
The DUI program consists of class hours and a one-hour evaluation (the number of class hours depends on whether it is a Level I or II). This online registration will allow you to choose your class schedule.
For the steps necessary to schedule your evaluation, which may be done after you register, please click here.
Upon completing the registration process, you will be receiving an e-mail with everything you need to know about the DUI program. These forms include the:
Proof of Enrollment
DUI Class Schedule
Rules and Regulations
Request to Release or Obtain Information (2)
Important Notice (2)
We will need a signed copy of these forms. After printing and signing the forms, you may:
Physically bring them in to any one of our offices
Those arrested for DUI may apply for an immediate hardship driver’s license, which may allow your driving privileges to be reinstated on a restricted basis for driving to and from work, required on-the-job driving, and driving for educational, church and medical purposes. To be eligible you must enroll in DUI School and apply for the hardship license within 10 days from the DUI arrest. Below are the steps to apply for an immediate hardship license:
1. Enroll in DUI School and obtain a proof of enrollment form.
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