This program is partially funded by a grant from the Texas Department of Transportation, with funds from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.
The purpose of the Rural Judges DWI Court Pilot Project is to assist rural judges in the establishment of DWI courts, training them in the use of proven techniques of appropriate sentencing, intensive supervision, and behavior modification to prevent recidivism in deadly crashes involving DWI on Texas highways.
The Rural Judges DWI Court Pilot Project is produced by the Texas Association of Counties.
Impaired Driving SymposiumJune 27-28, 2015Omni Austin Hotel SouthparkAustin
Contact TAC Education Department at (800) 456-5974 for more information.
, Judicial Education Program Manager
, Judicial Project Coordinator
Judicial Hotline (844) CoJudge or (844) 265-8343 or email the .
(512) 478-8753 / (800) 456-5974
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