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DUI Victim Impact Panel

If you have been convicted or received a probation before judgment for a DUI in Maryland, then you will likely be required to complete a DWI Victim Impact Panel.

The Victim Impact Panel is an awareness program for offenders convicted of driving under the influence of alcohol or other drugs. The panels consist of a non-confrontational presentation consisting of crime victims telling their own personal stories of how impaired drivers forever changed their lives.

You will be court ordered, by a judge or probation officer, to attend the panel.  Typically, this is done as part of your probation whether it be supervised or unsupervised.

Where you attend the panel will depend on the county of your DUI arrest.  You can find a victim impact panel by following this link: https://www.maddvip.org/.  However, the court or your probation officer usually tells you where to attend your panel.  There is also a fee associated with attending the program and it costs about $50.00.

In Carroll County, the panel is held by Catherine’s Cause.

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If you’ve been charged with a DUI or DWI, it is essential for you to speak with an attorney who is experienced in this area of law. If you are in Maryland and received a DUI or DWI, it is wise to work closely with a Maryland DUI attorney. They can help you navigate Maryland’s specific laws in regards to DUIs and DWIs and get the best possible outcome for your situation.

If you’ve been arrested for a DUI or DWI in Maryland and are in need to guidance, call the Law Office of Ross W. Albers today. We are an experienced Maryland DUI law firm and can help you navigate the aftermath of a DUI or DWI.

The sooner we begin working on your case, the sooner you can get on with your life—so give us a call today!

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