REINSTATEMENT OF DRIVING PRIVILEGES /
SECRETARY OF STATE 
EVALUATIONS

The evaluation will be structured and scheduled in order to ensure that, prior to its completion, the following occurs:

1)  Collection of a comprehensive chronological history of substance use from first

Use to present including alcohol, prescription and non-prescription drugs, exposure to intoxicating compounds and illegal drugs, that specifies the frequency and patterns of use, type and amount of substance used and any change in the use or abuse pattern and the reason for the change;

2)  A determination of the extent to which the substance use has caused marital, family, legal, social, emotional, vocational, physical and/or economic impairment;

3)  An analysis of the driver’s verbal description of:

a.   Alcohol and drug related legal history driving history (all offenses), and any related substance use or chemical test results (blood alcohol concentration-BAC) and all substances used that resulted in all arrests including the most recent DUI arrest;

b.   Past history of substance abuse evaluations, alcohol or drug treatment and/or self-help group involvement;

c.  Family history of substance abuse.

4)  An analysis of:

a.  Objective test results from either Driver Risk (DRI) or Mortimer/Filkens test;

b.  The driver’s current driving record as documented on the "Alcohol/Drug Related Driving Offenses" summary form from the Office of the Secretary of State or a copy of the actual "Court Purposes" driving abstract supplied to the circuit court of venue by the Office of the Secretary of State; and

c.  The "Law Enforcement Sworn Report" (issued to the driver at the time of the arrest for DUI), which identifies the chemical, test result BAC or the refusal to submit to chemical testing relative to the most current DUI arrest.

d.   All information obtained during the evaluation will be analyzed and the driver's risk to public safety will be determined.