Contact a criminal defense attorney in Louisville to review the district court file and see if what, if any options are available to you.
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Drug courts can be difficult for defendants in part because the intent of the court is to help and practitioners feel strongly that they are helping defendants deal with on going drug issues. For defendants like you, who feel that they no longer need supervision, it can be difficult to convince the drug court partners that you are not attempting to simply to escape supervision. Although the argument that you no longer require the supervision of drug court might be something you could make, it would be much wiser to consult an attorney who might be able to make the argument for you or who can investigate the circumstances of your case and speak with the players in your particular drug court. Attorneys in that area may have individual relationships with the drug court partners or be able to review your case documents to assist you. In short, there may be a request you can make of the drug court to reduce supervision, but you are probably best be served by having an attorney look into your individual case to advise you on how to make that request--or make it for you.
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