SIIRDL – What is the S.I.I.D.L. and how do you get one?
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SIIRDL – What is the S.I.I.D.L. and how do you get one?

SIIRDL is a Special Interlock Ignition Restricted Driver’s License. This license allows you to drive during a court-ordered restriction. It is important to understand you are still under suspension, revocation or cancellation by the court, but you are allowed to drive to work, school, drug/alcohol screening, education or treatment facilities for scheduled appointments, your probation…

201405.22
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Memorial Day: Celebrate Safely

Last year on Memorial Day, most Arizonans made the wise choice to not drink and drive, but those who did were extremely under the influence. According to statistics from the Governor’s Office of Highway Safety, the average blood alcohol level was .153—almost twice the legal limit. In Arizona, .153 is considered an “extreme DUI.” (Legal…

201312.30
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Can I Be Deported If I Am Convicted Of DUI?

Unfortunately, it is possible that your DUI conviction could result in your deportation or in you becoming ineligible for citizenship in the United States. How it works: Why You Could Be Deported The United States Citizenship and Naturalization Services can have you deported if the crime involved “moral turpitude” or if it was a violent…

201312.08
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What will happen if I don’t live in Arizona and decide not to install an interlock ignition device as ordered by the Court?

Will the NDR be notified? Yes. This will result in action being taken by your home state. All 50 states have services that can install an ignition interlock device in your vehicle. If you do not comply, this will result in a motor vehicle department action. This action may include, but is not limited to,…

201311.25
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What Is A SIIRDL?

SIIRDL Is a Special Interlock Ignition Restricted Driver License. This driver license allows you to drive during a court-ordered restriction such as a suspension, cancellation or revocation. Here is the tricky part: You are technically still under suspension, revocation or cancellation by the court, but you are being permitted to drive to work; school; drug/alcohol…

201310.24
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Work Furlough: What If I Need Medication Or Healthcare?

How your healthcare needs will be addressed depends on where you are housed. In Maricopa County, it works as follows: While you are housed in the In-Tents, all healthcare medications are provided by Central Health Services (CHS). Once you have qualified for and been admitted to the work furlough program, you will be transferred to…

201310.22
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If I Do Not Have A Job, Am I Eligible For Work Furlough?

Yes. If you are unemployed, but are considered to be employable and have at least 45 days remaining on your sentence, you are eligible for a five (5) day Job Search release. This allows you freedom to search for a job and attend job interviews. Are there any fees? Yes. The initial fee is $125….

201310.20
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Who Decides If I Will Be Removed From the Work Furlough Program?

Prior to being removed from the work furlough program, you are entitled to a hearing before a judge. For example, if the work furlough administrator (typically this is your probation officer) determines that you were in violation of program rules, your probation officer would notify the court and petition the court to have you removed…