i've already been arraigned and sentenced to completing the prop 36 program but I feel it would be better if I just went to a inpatient rehab facility.
Yes, contact your PD to put the case back on calendar. Most Judges will gladly accept successful completion of a live in rehab over the classes given in prop 36 cases. And do it anyway, it is for YOURSELF!
YES, you may ask your attorney (a member of the Public Defender's Office) to file a motion to modify probation.
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It's best to consult with your public defender.since you are represented, that's who you need to be speaking with and consulting.
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Yes. Your public defender may seek a modification of probation to allow you to participate in an in-patient program rather than an outpatient one. You should discuss this further with your public defender.
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