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Texas Drug Offender Education Program (TXDOEP)

If you are charged with possession of marijuana, a controlled substance or a dangerous drug, you may be asked to take the TXDOEP course. This is a 15-hour course that is taught in a five-part program. If your case is pending, and you are on bond, you may be asked to complete the TXDOEP class as part of the plea negotiations. If you are on probation, completing this course will be required as a condition of probation. If you were convicted of a drug-related offense, your Texas driver’s license will be suspended for a minimum of 6 months. This suspension will become an indefinite suspension unless and until you complete the TXDOEP course. If you are on bond, bring your certificate of completion to the office when you have completed the course.

Below is a list of agencies that offer the TXDOEP course:

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