I pled to a 2011 DUI (my 1st/only, NO ARD tho). Also refused bloodwork. Sentenced to time served, probation, license suspension (plus administrative PennDOT suspension), community service, fines, CRN and driving classes. I completed the probation program (was never assigned a "real" PO). The entire program consisted of my monthly visit to a website to complete a brief questionnaire for 6 consecutive months. That was completed as ordered, and after the 6th instance I was done. I also paid all outstanding fines, court costs, etc. Didn't complete CRN, CS or SD classes before catching a 2013 (sober) driving w/ DUI suspended. For this incident, I gave blood and labs were negative--no intoxication, no second DUI--but had jail time and probation to serve. I completed all the stuff from 2nd case eventually and got my restoration letter from PennDOTT. It says must do my CRN, CS & SD class from 1st case. I have confirmed w/ the county that I had no warrants. What will happen if I contact the county about the doing the CS, CRN and SD classes? Upon realizing this stems from 2011, could they somehow lock me up or throw me back in front of the judge because I failed to complete these things??
Your probation is done so you should be fine. Moreover, until you complete those requirements you will never have your license restored. Contact adult probation and have them all scheduled so that you can be done.
You cannot get your license back until all of the Can requirements are completed. If the case is closed they cannot reopen it to violate your probation.
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