First Offender OUI


The First Offender "Operating Under the Influence" (OUI) Program is an alternative sentencing program that allows a person convicted of an OUI (with no prior convictions) to be sentenced to participation in a weekend of substance abuse program and community service in lieu of spending 3 days in jail.

How it Works

The convicted person, or inmate, must pre-register and pay a program fee. Inmates spend Friday evening through Sunday evening at a location where community service is needed such as a church or school. The inmate performs community service and participates in substance abuse counseling which includes changing behavior to avoid the possible horrific events that could occur while operating a vehicle while under the influence.

Staffed by Corrections Officers, inmates are strictly monitored, and are expected to fully participate in all aspects of the program.

For more information on the First Offender OUI Program email Lieutenant William Brady, or call the Community Corrections Center at 207-774-5939, ext. 2131.

Two Sheriff's Deputies Conducting a Traffic Stop