In addition to jail time and fines, a DUI conviction can also result in a probation sentence. Probation is a penalty that will permit a convicted person to be released back into society. However, if you are under probation for a DUI conviction, you won’t be able to enjoy the same level of freedom a typical citizen enjoys.
Generally, the conditions of probation will depend on the crime. It will also dictate the things a probationer can and cannot do. Below are some of the typical conditions of a DUI conviction:
- Limitation or suspension of driver’s license. In most states, a DUI probation can include the all-out suspension or restrictions of the individual’s driver’s license.
- Community service. It is also likely that probationers will be required to render community service work.
- DUI school and alcohol treatment. Another typical requirement for DUI probation is mandatory alcohol classes or attendance at DUI prevention programs.
Refer to the infographic below for other probation conditions and terms you need to strictly follow.
Victoria Brown currently works as the Marketing and Communications Specialist at Law Offices of Brian D. Sloan. Her experiences with DUI cases in the past have inspired her to spread awareness about DUI laws in the United States.
Last Updated on 7 months by Evan White