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Hillsborough DUI Supervision Services - Michael P. Maddux, P.A. Attorneys at Law



Hillsborough County DUI Counterattack Supervision Services & Case Monitoring



(A Voluntary Restricted License program under FS 322.292)



Purpose:

Supervision of 5 year, 10 year and permanent license revocations eligible for a business, or employment purpose only license. Required by DHSMV for restricted licenses, during revocation periods. Strictly a voluntary program.Goal: To help ensure the individual with the revoked license, who has made significant lifestyle changes, will comply with Florida Statute 322.271, if found to be trustworthy enough to be granted the privilege of a restricted license.

Program Content

Extensive records collection including: criminal, medical, and/or treatment.
A two-hour psycho-social evaluation with a DUI SSS Evaluator.
Follow-up interviews with a DUI SSS Evaluator.
Alcohol and drug tests conducted randomly and unannounced.
Self help group attendance or treatment may also be required.

Registration

Applicants must be evaluated and supervised by the DUI Program which serves the county in which the applicant resides, is employed or attends school, unless the program of residence, employment or school attendance does not object to attendance at the program.
Initial screening fee is $25.00. Please bring your fee, picture Identification, and the DHSMV Hearing Letter for the screening process. You do not need an appointment.
The registration fee for the program is $299.00, which includes the records fee, state assessment fee, and Driver Risk Inventory. The screening fee of $25.00 will be applied toward the enrollment fee of $299.00. All fees paid to DUI Counterattack are not refundable.
Cash, Money Order, Visa, MasterCard, and Debit Cards are accepted.
Hearing Office:Department of Highway Safety & Motor Vehicles2814 E. Hillsborough Ave., Tampa, Fl 33610   (813) 276-5795
The requirements for the program are designed to place significant restrictions on eligibility and if you are accepted to participate, expect the Department to obtain names of friends and family who can verify that you have not been driving or consuming alcohol or other illegal drugs in the time periods set forth below.

Five-Year Revocation Eligibility

An applicant with a revocation of 5 years or less:
. Must wait until the expiration of twelve (12) months after the date the revocation was imposed as a prerequisite to admission into the program.
. Must not have driven within the twelve (12) months prior to reinstatement.
. Must not have used any drugs for at least the past twelve (12) months. Drugs include alcohol and those so-called non-alcoholic beers or wines which contain less than .5% of alcohol. Consuming medication prescribed for others is considered abuse and shall warrant a negative recommendation for acceptance into the program or cancellation if already in the program. Drugs do not include medication taken according to directions for its intended medicinal purpose.

Ten-Year Revocation Eligibility

An applicant with a revocation of more than 5 years, except those under permanent revocation:
. Must wait at least twenty-four (24) months as a prerequisite to admission into the program.
. Must not have driven within the twelve (12) months prior to reinstatement.
. Must not have used any drugs for at least the past twelve (12) months. Drugs include alcohol and those so-called non-alcoholic beers or wines which contain less than .5% of alcohol. Consuming medication prescribed for others is considered abuse and shall warrant a negative recommendation for acceptance into the program or cancellation if already in the program. Drugs do not include medication taken according to directions for its intended medicinal purpose.

Permanent Revocation Eligibility

Effective July 1, 1998, individuals under a permanent license revocation for four or more DUI convictions, for DUI Manslaughter with a prior DUI Conviction, or for murder resulting from the operation of a motor vehicle are not eligible for the Special Supervision Services program. Applicants under a permanent license revocation for DUI Manslaughter with no prior DUI related convictions are still eligible for the SSS program, if they meet the requirement of the program as stated during the interview process.An applicant under permanent revocation:
. Must not have been arrested for a drug related offense during the 5 years preceding the filing of the petition.
. Must not have driven a motor vehicle without a license for at least 5 years prior to the hearing, or for five years after the termination of any term of incarceration under s. 316.193 or former s. 316.1931, whichever date is later.
. Must not have used any drugs for at least 5 years prior to the hearing. Drugs include alcohol and those so-called non-alcoholic beers or wines which contain less than .5% of alcohol. Consuming medication prescribed for others is considered abuse and shall warrant a negative recommendation for acceptance into the program or cancellation if already in the program. Drugs do not include medication taken according to directions for its intended medicinal purpose.
. Must have completed a DUI program licensed by the DHSMV.

Case Monitoring

The Case Monitoring Program is a voluntary program for those applicants to the SSS program who meet statutory eligibility requirements but who are determined by the Staffing Committee to be not appropriate for admission at the time of staffing. The Case Monitoring Program will not extend beyond a six month time frame.


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