Dui was assigned to do 12hr program I thought I had to finish but turn out that I didn't complete the program and they refral my case back to the court for one class of two hrs that I was missing I went back to register again well it's another new fee of the entire program I don't have the morning I'm homeless the fist time I finish paying for it full amount now two hrs have to pay full amount again if I don't they don't allowed me to take the class sucks but on the side I have completed the madd program wat should I do
Do about what, Asker? Take the program.
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The first offender program is a state licensed DUI school. MADD programs are set up by the court to make people aware of the dangers of drunk driving. They are different... and if the judge told you to do both, you will violate your probation if you don't.
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No. MADD is separate from the DUI Class.
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