What exactly is a CRN Evaluation? Is it a series of questions? Is it a drug test? I am currently on house arrest and my officer told me this is something I need to get done, and I am just trying to figure out what I am actually going to be looking forward too. Any insight is great. Once I do the CRN, what are the next steps?
The CRN ( Court Reporting Network) evaluation is used to determine your dependency on alcohol or controlled substances and to determine the need for addiction treatment. It usually consists of a battery of questions but I suspect it could include a drug test in some counties. What happens next really depends on what track you are on ie the ARD track or trial track.
This is generally a standardized set of questions to determine if you need drug and/or alcohol counseling and, if so, how much. In many counties you will be given a breath test or a drug test as part of the process. It is important to get this done as failing to do so can delay disposition of your case
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