You're exactly right Slayer. That't the Catch here. The Legislature's intent. I think ISP is aware of the separation of issues but has problems with the varied terminologies used in the Courts. My Compliance Officer tells me she may refer to Level 2 Moderate and her counterpart in another County may call it something else but it means the same thing to them. She also had a recent call from ISP, maybe about me but she can't remember for sure. They specifically asked if Level 2 Moderate (10hrs+12hrs) is considered Treatment for Alcoholism and she explained that it is NOT. The caller reached the same conclusion.
Don't know if CLS has applied and been denied or is speculating.
Sounds like bluerodeo was denied by the Board of Review.
There is no appeal in the Courts for an ISP denial that I know of. That is the venue for Board of Review denials. You may not have more than one DUI in the past 5 years as enumerated in Section 25 of the Law. Residential (in patient) or Court ordered Treatment for Alcoholism is another prohibitor in the Law. The issue here is that ISP is viewing the required DUI Education and Risk Reduction Classes as Treatment for Alcohoism due to varied language and terms used in the 100+ Court Jurisdictions in the State. Anyone with 2 or more DUI's, especially within the past 5 years will be denied as it is prohibited in the CCL Act. If you live in a County that uses the wrong words you'll have a problem.
Edited by IronSam, 20 June 2014 - 03:51 PM.