Adult Parole & Probation for DUI
Bucks County Probation and Parole are managed by the Bucks County Adult Probation and Parole Department.
Probation in Bucks County is a program that is part of a Bucks County criminal defendant’s sentence. Probation allows the Bucks County criminal defendant to be released into society under supervision. Under current Pennsylvania driving under the influence law, Probation is not part of a Bucks County DUI sentence unless you are convicted of a first offense general impairment.
Parole is part of almost all prison sentences in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. Parole is usually the second part of a Bucks County DUI-drunk driving sentence. At a Bucks County DUI sentencing, a Bucks County Common Pleas Court judge will sentence you to a certain prison sentence based on the PA DUI sentencing guidelines.
The Bucks County DUI prison sentence will state a minimum amount of time that you must serve in the Bucks County prison. The Bucks County DUI prison sentence will also state a maximum jail sentence. If you successfully complete your minimum Bucks County DUI prison sentence, you will spend the remaining time (up to the maximum) on Parole. This will require you to report to your parole officer and follow all rules and regulations of adult probation. You will also be required to complete any special conditions imposed by a judge.
Just like Probation, Parole has many strict rules and regulations. To learn more about Bucks County Parole visit the Bucks County Adult Probation and Parole Department’s website
The Bucks County Adult Probation and Parole Department has offices at the following locations:
55 East Court Street
Doylestown, PA 18901
(Bucks County Courthouse)
Lower Bucks Office:
600 Louis Drive, Suite 100
Warminster, PA 18974
(The Atrium Office Complex)
Upper Bucks Office:
515 West End Boulevard
Quakertown, PA 18951
(Government Services Center)