The majority of first time offenders will be required to have an assessment and/or attend a class regarding drunk driving as part of their court ordered requirements. Each state will vary as to what they require and the length of class attendance you must complete. A DUI class can be anywhere from a couple hours long up to several days. Repeat offenders will more than likely be required to attend many more hours in class then a first time offender.
In most states when you attend a DUI class the instructor will give you a brief overview of how the class will progress and what is expect of you to complete the class. Depending on the state, the requirements may only be that you attended the required class. In other states you may have to take a test or tests during the class and your final grade will depend on whether or not you pass the class.
We cannot stress enough the importance of showing up to class on time. If the class starts at 9am on Saturday morning, as a guideline show up 5 to 10 minutes early. You never want to walk into class 10 minutes after it has already started. If you show up late the instructor is going to inform the court of this matter and you may be required to retake the class and pay an additional class fee.
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