Haven't used in a couple of days. Don't know if I will pass test. Was busted for shrooms. Will I lose deal and go to jail?
Nothing is automatic. Depends on your probation conditions and, in part, whether or not you have a physician's recommendation. Suggest you contact your attorney about this.....and stay clean for the next 10 days!
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Mr. Finnecy said it all. Unless you had a medical marijuana card, you can be violated. That being said, since marijuana is ubiquitous now, as libg as you dont use it again, there wont be any active ingredient in your test, but the inactive THC will show; could be secondary use...
The terms and conditions of your probation will determine if Marijuana use is a violation or not. It is helpful if you have a doctors
Reccomendation, and if this is your first violation is is unlikely that you won't be given a second chance. But all of this is within the judges discretion.
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