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Online DUI Programs and Courses in D.C.

Jamison Koehler DUI and Driving Offenses

People who have been found guilty of driving under the influence (DUI) in Washington, D.C. are typically required to perform a series of conditions as part of their probation.  For example, in addition to possible community service, a typical deferred sentencing agreement (DSA) requires the defendant to complete a traffic safety program, a traffic alcohol program, and a Victim Impact Panel.  

Provided below is information on on-line programs that have been deemed acceptable by the government organization – the Office of the Attorney General for D.C. — that prosecutes DUIs in the District.  

Traffic Safety Programs (TSP)

American Safety Council

Washington D.C. Online Traffic School

Traffic Alcohol Program (TAP)

[The Office of the Attorney General requires at least a 12-hour TAP.]

Online DUI online education and awareness classes

Online drug and alcohol awareness courses

Family and Medical Counseling Service (FMCS)

Victim Impact Panel (VIP), 202-442-1818

Combined Programs

Circles of Hope Psycotherapy & Addictions Counseling

Court-Approved Community Service

Tel:  202-879-0123