Maine DUI-DWI-MIP-Drug Pretrial Diversion Classes
Alcohol/Drug Awareness Education Course
To avoid sitting for hours in a classroom, click below to take the course online. Then select CLASSES on the next page. Locate the exact course you need then enter the discount code X23B-M92C
in the offer code space during checkout.
Enter Discount Offer Code Below at Checkout.
You MUST use Offer Code:
DUI-DWI-MIP or a DRUG related charge in Maine may need to take an alcohol/Drug education program which can be available for you totally online. In the state of Maine, an alcohol awareness, substance abuse or a drug education pretrial diversion program for DUI-DWI-MIP or Drug intervention class to fulfill court or state-mandated requirements is necessary. Sometimes a defendant and his attorney can agree to a pretrial diversion of a criminal charge or offense. Many times in an alcohol or drug-related case, the pretrial terms may include a treatment, evaluation, interdiction or simply an online class. The pretrial diversion is probation or probate sentence after the pre-set date.
Many courts will probate a DUI or DWI for 1, 2 or 3 years depending upon the circumstances of the case. Some courts and prosecutors will consider allowing an online program due to a defendant needing to get to an actual classroom site. If the offender has a suspended driver’s license, then undue hardship is on a family member, relative or friend to drive the offender to a class. You may also need to take a defensive driving course in some jurisdictions to get the suspension lifted. This online course may fulfill your needs and do so from any computer with an internet connection. The online course is taken at your convenience and at your own pace. No classroom to sit in.
This online course is available in 4 hour, 8 hour, 10 Hour, 12
hour, 15 hour, 16 hour, 20 hour, 24 hour, 32 hour and 36 hour Court Ordered Programs. Please contact your attorney or the court for approval prior to enrolling if you are in king to take this course for a criminal charge. Not all courts or states allow online distance learning courses. Many courts may need 8 to 12 Hour courses for first-time offenses and longer courses for repeat offenses. You may begin the course upon registering and continue at your own pace and schedule.
After you complete the course online you will be mailed a certificate of completion. You may also download and print your Certificate upon completion.