Tom Wilson Counseling Center

Florida DUI, Alcohol, Drug, Minor in Possession, Anger, Theft

Online Classes for Court, Employment, and Education

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  • Accredited Agency
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  • Payment plans for 32+ hours
  • No interest on payment plans
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  • Available 24/7
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Florida Online Classes

Information for out-of-state DUI defendants who recive a DUI in Florida.

The Bureau of Driver Education and DUI Programs provides the oversight for 26 licensed programs. The Bureau administers Florida Administrative Code Rule 15A-10, including instructor certification and training, investigating complaints, processing client appeals.

Reciprocity (recognition of non-Florida based DUI programs) is governed by Florida Administrative Code 15A-10.003 which states:
"DUI programs recognized, approved, licensed, or certified by another state or country's driver license authority, shall be recognized by the Department [Florida Department of Highway Safety] as being similar to the Driving Under the Influence program in this State."

A Level I course is to be a minimum of 12 hours of classroom instruction and incorporates didactic and interactive educational techniques. A Level II course is a minimum of 21 hours.

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