Typically, it will be 5 years from the date of revocation. Jurisdiction refers to how long the case will stay open and you will be subject to the Court's DUI conditions. If you violate those conditions - the Court may impose any jail time or fines that were suspended. Although, some judges may shorten this time depending on when or why the deferred prosecution is revoked. The parties (prosecutor and defense) may also agree to close the case at a certain time. Although, it is ultimately up to the Court. As a result, it is possible to be subject to probation and the Court's conditions for almost 10 years, albeit longer than many felonies.