In 1999 was sentenced to Amethyst for 1st offense DWI and was told by intake to pay $550 for a weekend brain washing course and was kepted locked inside an old building from friday evening to sunday late afternoon and was drilled that i had a serious drinking problem. From the very start I knew this program had nothing to do with helping people but more about get the maxium dollar from the victom. The questions on the intake form was the type dammed if you do and dammed if you don’t. The fact that my dwi had nothing to do with driving was of no interest to them. I was labeled a drunk because i was honest about my family. On sunday afternoon a man who was not involved in the weekend program told me i was a sever case and ordered AA 4 months 3x aweek and i had to do 12 private visits to a Alcoholic Counselor.after 6 visits my counselor who has a masters degree wrote a letter and told them i was safe to return to the road and he thought that the amount of punisment was sever after i finished my AA weeks later I moved to Durham NC. Some years later when returned to NH I inquired about my license They claim I did not complete the program and after some years they destroy files and to pay them $75 to re-open When I asked how is paying money going to open a destroyed file. I was hung up on. These people do not give a rats a*s about public safety its a money making scam a Senator owns this program most people involved are connected to the states This is state corruption and a conflict of interest and sure state laws have been broken
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