I have a felony possession charge along with a few misdemeanor with it.. (in one county i live in now) but In another county (i used to live in) i have a violation of probation.. i have been trying to get into treatment court ever since this mess started almost 7 months ago..the prosecutors want me to do a year but my probation violation has 6 years attached to it. Total of 7..
I found out that i wont get violated if i get into drug court by the one county. But my pda has it set for trial next month and shes not returning my calls for us to see how or what my options are. What should i do? Ive been doing awesome with drug testing for pretrial and have had no bond issues. Ive Also been working the same job and now about to be hired on full time. I don't wanna lose everything Ive worked so hard for these last 7 months. What should i do. ???
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I agree. You need to keep contacting your PD or find a way to hire a private attorney.
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My colleagues are correct. Get a PD or hire a private attorney.
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