Illinois DUI Classifications

So you completed the evaluation and have been recommended to do DUI classes. 

 

Illinois has specific rules and guidelines for each level of care. These levels are only applicable to individuals regarding DUI arrest. They are not to be used in any other forms in regards to treatment. These levels are a reference to the public safety risk. 

 

Level 1 - Minimum (Level I-M)

     Prior Arrest History - 

          - This must be the client's first arrest for a DUI (regardless of the outcome in court.)

     BAC at the time of arrest - 

          - At the time of arrest, the client must have provided a breath sample of under 0.15.

     Alcohol Use Disorder / Substance Use Disorder Criteria - 

          - During the evaluation, no signs or symptoms of a Alcohol Use or Substance Use Disorder may be identified.

     Requirements - 

          - The client will be required to complete a minimum of ten hours of Risk Education. 

 

Level 2 - Moderate (Level II-M)

     Prior Arrest History - 

          - This must be the client's first arrest for a DUI (regardless of the outcome in court.)

     BAC at the time of arrest - 

          - At the time of arrest, the client must have provided a breath sample between 0.15 and 0.19.

          - OR the client refused testing at the time of their arrest.

          - OR the client's BAC was under 0.15 and one symptom of Alcohol Use / Substance Use disorder was identified.

     Alcohol Use Disorder / Substance Use Disorder Criteria - 

          - During the evaluation, 0-1 sign or symptom of a Alcohol Use or Substance Use Disorder may be identified.

     Requirements - 

          - The client will be required to complete a minimum of ten hours of Risk Education. 

          - AND The client will be required to complete a minimum of twelve hours of Early Interventions.

 

Level 2 - Significant (Level II-S)

     Prior Arrest History - 

          - Client has one prior arrest for DUI and/or Statutory Summary Suspension (regardless of the outcome in court.)

     BAC at the time of arrest - 

          - At the time of arrest, the client must have provided a breath sample over 0.20. 

          - OR the client's BAC was under 0.20 and two or three symptoms of Alcohol Use / Substance Use disorder were identified.

     Alcohol Use Disorder / Substance Use Disorder Criteria - 

          - During the evaluation, two or three signs or symptoms of a Alcohol Use or Substance Use Disorder may be identified.

     Requirements - 

          - The client will be required to complete a minimum of ten hours of Risk Education. 

          - AND The client will be required to complete a minimum of twenty hours of Substance Abuse Counseling.                    - AND The client will be required to complete Continuing Care. (In most counties and for the Secretary of State of Illinois, the minimum requirement is six months.)

 

Level 3 - High Risk (Level II-HR)

     Prior Arrest History - 

          - Client has two prior arrest for DUI and/or Statutory Summary Suspension (regardless of the outcome in court.) OR five or more symptoms of Alcohol Use / Substance Use disorder was been identified.

         Alcohol Use Disorder / Substance Use Disorder Criteria - 

          - During the evaluation, five or more signs or symptoms of a Alcohol Use or Substance Use Disorder were identified.

     Requirements - 

          - The client will be required to complete a minimum of seventy five hours of Substance Abuse Counseling.                    - AND The client will be required to complete Continuing Care. (In most counties and for the Secretary of State of Illinois, the minimum requirement is twelve months.)

 

 

 

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