The program consists of five stages. The minimum length of stay sobriety court is 12 to 15 months.
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Sobriety Court is a program that provides specialized treatment and supervision services specific to operating while intoxicated (OWI) offenders, given that arrest data clearly indicates there is a need for the program.
Sobriety Court Information Sheet - PDF
The program will be a voluntary, post-conviction program. If a participant decides to participate, they will have to plead guilty to their crime and agree to participate in the program and treatment.
Attorneys or potential participants must fill out an application screening form and submit it to the prosecutor’s office for review. If the candidate passes the legal screening, the prosecutor’s office will notify the Case Manager, who will then schedule and interview with the potential participant.
Sobriety Court Referral Form
Questions may be directed to Specialty Court: