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How long do I have to attend DUI school?
It depends on your sentence. DUI school can last anywhere from a couple of hours to possibly even a couple of months. The judge will inform you of your required hours.
Do I have to pay for DUI school?
Unfortunately, payment for Alabama DUI school comes out of your own pocket. Remember, this is in addition to the fines you will have to pay for a Mobile County DUI conviction.
Is DUI school mandatory? What happens if I don't attend?
In the state of Alabama, DUI school is mandatory. If you don't attend, you will face additional consequences including a longer license suspension, fines, community service, and possibly even jail time.
What is a typical class like?
The class consists of discussion, lectures, and even special guests that revolve around the dangers of substance abuse. You will learn methods on how to avoid getting behind the wheel if you are intoxicated and how to reduce the frequency of these specific habits. Some states allow for you to take a DUI class online. Speak with the judge and your attorney to see if online DUI school is an option for you.
Will I be graded?
The determining factors on whether you pass or fail are attendance and participation.
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