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State Law: DUI Courts - Hybrid
  • 1-5 Hybrid Courts
  • 6-10 Hybrid Courts
  • 11-20 Hybrid Courts
  • 21-30 Hybrid Courts
  • 31-40 Hybrid Courts
  • 41-50 Hybrid Courts
  • 51+ Hybrid Courts
  • No Hybrid Courts

Hybrid courts are Drug Courts that contain a track specifically for DUI offenders. These courts are specialized, post-conviction programs that provide a structure of appropriate treatment, supervision, and accountability. Jurisdictions will often establish a hybrid court if there is a demand but not a large enough number of impaired drivers to justify the establishment of a separate standalone DUI Court.

Similar to DUI Courts, the hybrid courts are developed for impaired drivers who are not deterred by traditional sanctions and are resistant to behavior change (demonstrated by their multiple convictions). These offenders are classified as high risk/high need. Each participant will have an individualized supervision and treatment plan that is designed to address both their risk level and treatment needs.

As of December 2014, there were a total of 407 hybrid drug/DUI courts in 34 states.

To learn more about DUI Courts, refer to our policy position or visit the National Center for DWI Courts (NCDC) website.

To submit a law update, please contact out Director of Traffic Safety at [email protected]


2016 Alcohol-Impaired Driving Fatality Data Virginia National
Total Alcohol-Impaired Driving Fatalities 220 10,497
Percent of Alcohol-Impaired Driving Fatalities of Total Fatalities 28.9 28.0
Under 21 Alcohol-Impaired Driving Fatalities 24 1,031
Percent of Under 21 Alcohol-Impaired Driving Fatalities of Total Under 21 Fatalities 26.1 22.3
2016 Alcohol-Impaired Driving Fatalities per 100,000 Population
Alcohol-Impaired Driving Fatalities per 100K population 2.7 3.3
Under 21 Alcohol-Impaired Driving Fatalities per 100K population 1.1 1.2
2007-2016 % Change in Alcohol-Impaired Driving Fatalities per 100K Pop
10-year Change in Alcohol-Impaired Driving Fatalities per 100K pop -32.6 -24.7
10-year Change in Under 21 Alcohol-Impaired Driving Fatalities per 100K pop -42.8 -44.8
Percent of Alcohol-Impaired Driving Fatalities Involving high BAC drivers (.15+)*
BAC=.15+ 73.0 70.3
Percent of Drivers in Fatal Crashes Involving Repeat Offenders
BAC .08-.14 15.0 26.6
BAC .15+ 85.0 73.4
12-20 Year Old Alcohol Consumption (latest available)
Past Month Alcohol Consumption (2015-2016) 19.6 19.8
Binge Drinking in Past 30-days (2015-2016) 12.2 12.7
2016 Arrest Data
Under 18: Driving under the influence 97 5,135
Total: Driving under the influence 20,084 1,017,808
Under 18: Liquor laws 620 29,073
Total: Liquor laws 5,223 234,899
Under 18: Drunkenness 112 3,805
Total: Drunkenness 20,125 376,433

Alcohol-Impaired Driving Fatality Data Source: NHTSA/FARS, 10/17

*Among drivers with a known alcohol test result

Youth Consumption Data Source: SAMHSA, Office of Applied Studies, National Surveys on Drug Use and Health, 12/2017 (

Arrest Data Source: 2016 FBI Uniform Crime Report (Tables 18, 20 and 22)

**Drunkenness is not considered a crime in some states; therefore, the figures may vary widely from state to state

Limited, incomplete, or no data were reported by the District of Columbia, Florida, Illinois, and New York in the 2016 Uniform Crime Report. Data should be used with caution and should not be compared to other states or previous year data.

Note: Because the number of agencies submitting arrest data varies from year to year, users are cautioned about making direct comparisons between 2016 arrest totals and those published in previous years’ editions of Crime in the United States. Further, arrest figures may vary widely from state to state because some Part II crimes of the Uniform Crime Report are not considered crimes in some states.

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State Law State Law Detail
24/7 Programs No 24/7 legislation
Administrative License Suspension/Revocation ALS/ALR law enacted
BAC Test Refusal Administrative and criminal penalties
Drug Evaluation and Classification Program 0-15 DREs
DUI Child Endangerment Laws Enhanced penalties
DUI Look-back Periods Ten years
DUID Zero Tolerance and Per Se Laws Per se limit greater than zero for some drugs
Enhanced Penalties for High-BAC 0.15
Oral Fluids no law, no program
Felony DUI Third offense
Good Samaritan Good Samaritan law enacted
Habitual Offender Designation No Habitual Offender Law
Marijuana Drug-Impaired Driving Laws No marijuana-specific drugged driving law
Open Container - Alcohol Does not meet Federal requirements
Sobriety Checkpoints Permitted
Ignition Interlocks Mandatory all offender
DUI Courts - Standalone 1-5 DUI Courts
DUI Courts - Hybrid 1-5 Hybrid Courts
Open Container - Marijuana No marijuana open container law
DUID Affirmative Defense No affirmative defense