Minimal risk: 10 hours of risk education
Moderate risk: 10 hours of risk education and 12 hours of early intervention
Significant risk: 10 hours of risk education, 20 hours of substance abuse treatment and six months of aftercare
High risk – 75 hours of substance abuse treatment and six months of aftercare
The consequences of a DUI conviction can be very costly and have an impact on not only the motorists involved but their loved ones as well. If you are struggling with the aftermath of a DUI, do not hesitate to contact Bellosa Counseling for help right away.
In deadly accidents, state officials report that 33 percent of drivers with blood alcohol content levels of .08 or more were between the ages of 21 and 24. The most commonly recorded blood alcohol content level among motorists involved in fatal crashes is .17.