This article addresses the underlying alcohol issues surrounding repeating DUI offenders through continuous and frequent judicially supervised treatment, periodic alcohol and other drug testing, the use of graduated sanctions, and other appropriate rehabilitative services. This document also evaluates the effectiveness of three DUI programs that try to combat and treat this issue. It is estimated that the DUI Courts prevented between 47 and 112 repeat arrests during a four year period due to the reduced recidivism associated with them.
An Evaluation of Three Driving-Under-the-Influence Courts in Georgia
by wpengine / Friday, 05 May 2017 / Published in Uncategorized