How do they evaluate DUI assessments and classes?

I got a DUI in August of last year. My six month suspension is over with now and I scheduled my assessments for tomorrow. During my assessments they have you talk to a councilor and they evaluate you to take 10 hour classes that take three days, or 24 hour classes that take six weeks to complete. How do they evaluate you on this? Because I really don’t want to take the 24 hour classes which last six weeks, and are also two hundred and ten bucks more than the 10 hour classes. If anyone has any information on this, let me know. Thanks.

If you are convicted of drunk driving offense, you must complete DUI or DWI class following court order. It is mandatory process for your return of driving license from DMV. It will also reinforce your good driving behavior; therefore there are people who will voluntarily attend this class without any such violation.

The length and classification of DUI class will be decided depending on your level of BAC, and previous driviing history of your own. If you have more than .184 and if this is your 2nd time violation, then you will get more hours of classes. If it’s first time and less then the above BAC, then it can be short one..

One Response to “How do they evaluate DUI assessments and classes?”

  • Anna K. P says:

    If you are convicted of drunk driving offense, you must complete DUI or DWI class following court order. It is mandatory process for your return of driving license from DMV. It will also reinforce your good driving behavior; therefore there are people who will voluntarily attend this class without any such violation.

    The length and classification of DUI class will be decided depending on your level of BAC, and previous driviing history of your own. If you have more than .184 and if this is your 2nd time violation, then you will get more hours of classes. If it’s first time and less then the above BAC, then it can be short one..
    References :
    http://www.duiconsequences.com/dui-classes.htm

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