John Tyler ASAP offices will be closed Monday, February 15, 2021.
Online enrollments are accepted for court ordered DUI/Reckless driving offenses.
Please view the orientation video and fill out the enrollment packet below. Please note that all areas that require a signature must be signed; typed names are not accepted. Submit the enrollment packet along with a copy of your court order to our office within 15 days of conviction.
Send documents to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please note documents must be scanned, photos are not accepted. Once the documents are received you will be contacted by an ASAP representative.
Online payments are accepted. Please click here to access the online payment portal.
Completing ASAP is mandatory for all DUI offenses under Virginia State Code 18.2-271.1. Referral for entry into ASAP is court ordered after an individual has been convicted of a DUI.
When clients are court ordered to ASAP, they are given fifteen days from their court date to come to our office and enroll. At the court, they are given a restricted license or a form to enter into the program and either one is sufficient to enroll. When clients come to enroll, they will fill out intake paperwork, pay the ASAP fee*, and be given an intake appointment. If a client does not have the full fee at enrollment a payment plan application will need to be filled out.
In an attempt to keep clients in compliance and limit time missed from work/school an intake appointment letter may be mailed to the client prior to them coming into the office. In this instance the client is to come to the appointment where they will go through the enrollment and intake process on the same day. In an effort to reduce wait times, all clients are encouraged to print out the enrollment packet and fill it out prior to coming to the office.
At the intake appointment, the clients watch a short orientation video that explains to them more about the ASAP program and what they can expect while involved in ASAP. Clients then meet on an individual basis with a case manager for an evaluation to set up their specific program. ASAP is not a cookie cutter program and consists of more than just attendance in a 10 week class. During their intake, a client is classified as either “Intensive Education” or “Treatment”. A variety of factors can influence their classification, such as prior DUI or drug convictions, last use of alcohol or drugs and BAC level at the time of arrest.
ENROLLING PRIOR TO CONVICTION
When a client is charged with a DUI or Drug Offense, it is more than likely that they will be referred to ASAP so many attorneys will suggest the client enroll prior to court. It is a benefit to the client to get the ball rolling as soon as possible after the incident occurs.
Clients wishing to pre-enroll will be required to pay their ASAP fee* at the the time of enrollment. They will also be required to provide a copy of the following:
They will complete the enrollment process outlined above just the same way as someone who has been convicted. The clients are requested to notify their case manager when their court dates are and the outcome of court. At the individual’s request a progress report can be made available to the court on the trial date.
*The ASAP fee consists of a $300 enrollment fee and a $100 intervention fee.
Total Fees Due at enrollment: $400