As long as the switch is pursuant to a valid prescription and reasonable medical care it should not pose a problem. Once you have such a treatment plan in precription form I'd clear it ahead of time with your PO. If you encounter resistence the I'd seek the assistance of counsel. Your supervision should not interfere with legitimate medical care. Good luck.
Advise the court. No Judge will violate you for going off opiates especially if your po is aware of your attempt s to quit. Speak with your attorney.
I agree with my colleagues, speak to your attorney, but I think it can only benefit you.
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my thought is that if you have a prescription for the suboxone, it is not a violation. You need to get off this stuff. People that can't get off these prescribed depressants have horrible lives and can hurt innocent people when they fall asleep at the wheel like my clients have done.