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Please refer to the drivers license suspension guidelines.
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An offender will not be considered for ARD if any of the following apply:
Exceptions may be made in extraordinary circumstances.
Yes. To be eligible for ARD, an offender must apply at the time of DUI Central Court hearing or prior to the status conference hearing. Your application must be in before your first status conference hearing for you to be eligible for the program.
To apply for ARD, an offender must complete the following four steps within 30 days of the filing of a criminal complaint:
You schedule a CRN evaluation at DUI Central Court. The results of the evaluation will be sent to the Office of the District Attorney.
Once an offender has complied with all the requirements as identified, the District Attorney's Office will receive a memo from Adult Parole and Probation Services, at which time the offender will be scheduled by the district attorney for a date for formal admittance by a judge into the ARD program.