As part of your DUI/DWI sentence, you’ll have to report to the IDRC in your county for evaluation over a given period of time.
While there, you’ll meet with a counselor, fill out forms, and attend educational sessions. IDRC will determine what additional interventions may be necessary, from in-patient substance abuse treatment to self-help programs and groups.
And of course, you’ll pay the IDRC for their help.
How long you’ll be at the IDRC depends on whether this is your first conviction for drunk driving. First offenders should expect at least 12 hours in the IDRC served over a couple of days, while second offenders are detained for 48 hours in regional IDRC centers for more intensive evaluation.
These are consequences of conviction. Matthew Reisig has defended more than 1000 people charged with DWI in New Jersey and won.
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