What Is The Intoxicated Driver Program In New Jersey?

The Intoxicated Driver Program (IDP) is a series of mandatory interventions for people convicted of DWI in New Jersey.

Each county in the state has an Intoxicated Driver Resource Center (IDRC), which evaluates each case to determine appropriate action.

You may be ordered to attend drug or alcohol abuse treatment, for instance, and your participation will be monitored.

Upon completion of IDRC-directed programs and subsequent evaluations, the IDP will make a report to the MVS recommending that your license be restored, or, if you have failed to follow IDRC instructions, to continue with your license suspension.

IDP only comes into play if you are convicted of drunk driving in New Jersey. It doesn’t have to happen.

Call Matthew Reisig at 732-625-9660 for a free consultation with one of New Jersey’s most experienced DUI/DWI defense lawyers.

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