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Once an offender has complied with all the requirements as identified, the District Attorney's Office will receive a memo from Adult Parole and Probation Services, at which time the offender will be scheduled by the district attorney for a date for formal admittance by a judge into the ARD program.
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An offender will not be considered for ARD if any of the following apply:
Exceptions may be made in extraordinary circumstances.
To apply for ARD, an offender must complete the following four steps within 30 days of the filing of a criminal complaint:
You schedule a CRN evaluation at DUI Central Court. The results of the evaluation will be sent to the Office of the District Attorney.
Please refer to the drivers license suspension guidelines.