My son voluntarily signed up for a recovery program and tested positive during that time with the program for spice. It was turned into his probation officer and he was picked up for probation violation. He was also charged with having not paid all of his fines. His probation was not due to end until about 3 weeks after he was violated. At the time he was picked up, he owed $123. in fines and $55. for probation cost.
Actually, "Spice" is against the law; even so, he violate other conditions by using intoxicants.
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Depends on the ters of the probation order and maybe what spice is and why he wqas taking it. OK to have sugar if you are putting it in your ice tea. Not OK , probably, if it makes you high which is why you have it.
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