Mandatory alcohol assessment and treatment laws require convicted DUI/DWI offenders to undergo an assessment of alcohol abuse problems and, if necessary, participate in a treatment program. Assessment and/or treatment can be ordered by the Department of Motor Vehicles and/or the Court.
Sometimes there are reduced fines, jail times, license suspensions and/or probation for those offenders who undergo assessment and/or treatment. These steps are often recommended instead of serving a sentence of incarceration or paying fines.
I am available seven days a week for assessments.
States with this law: New York, New Jersey, New Hampshire, North Dakota, Pennsylvania, Oregon, Tennessee, South Carolina, Louisiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Michigan, Maine, Maryland, Minnesota, Nevada, Missouri, Montana, Alabama, Arkansas, Arizona, Colorado, California, Delaware, Connecticut, Florida, Hawaii, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Wisconsin, West Virginia, Wyoming, Vermont, Utah, Washington, Virginia