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Adult Probation - DUI
Find the answers to commonly asked questions regarding probation and parole here.
You must complete a certified Drug & Alcohol Treatment program, and you must be 6 months in compliance with your payment plan. You must remain in compliance with your payment plan, or the Courts may impose an Administrative Suspension of your driver’s license. Restoration of your driver’s license may be restored by paying the purge amount, and remaining in compliance with your payment plan for 12 months.
The DUI Coordinator must receive a referral from the outside County or paperwork from the outside state in order to schedule an individual for DUI School. You must pay the cost of the DUI School ($150.00) to “Payment Division” prior to the start of the class.
MADD Victim Impact Panel is testimony from families that have been affected by drunk drivers. It is sometimes a court ordered requirement for alcohol-related offenses. It is currently held on the second Thursday of every other month beginning in January at the the King Street Church in Chambersburg. You may call #(610)825-4902 to register for the Victim Impact Panel. You must obtain the Victim Impact Panel form from Probation to have it signed when you attend the event.