The question is of a non criminal nature and should be directed to a civil attorney who specializes in civil rights violations and claims against government employees.
From your question it seems as though you are either in the process of being placed on ARD, have been placed on ARD, or you are in the Lackawanna County Drug Court Treatment program. Because it is impossible to tell what program you are in or where in the process you are, I can only advise you to speak to a criminal defense lawyer in your area immediately. As a general rule, if you are on ARD, a violation of the rules can only result in your removal from the program and reprosecution for the charge or charges for which you were placed on ARD. If you are in a drug treatment court, violation of the rules can cause a person to go to jail. Again, speak to a lawyer immediately.
You should address this question to a civil lawyer in your area or your lawyer, but they will likely tell you that there are no monetary damages and you will not be able to find a lawyer that will take such a matter without any damages.
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