Online DUI Programs and Courses in D.C.
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)
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)
Circles of Hope Psycotherapy & Addictions Counseling
Court-Approved Community Service