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A CRN is an initial alcohol evaluation. CRN stands for Court Reporting Network. A CRN evaluation generally consists of answering questions to determine your background and prevalence of drug or alcohol use imncluding your use history. The results of your CRN evaluation are automatically transmitted to the ounty Prosecutor's Office. If the CRN counselor determines that you need additional alcohol or drug coounseling, the sentencing judge at Common Pleas Court will usually order you to complete the recommended treatment or rehabilitation. Often, as part of any treatment, a urinalysis test is done.
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If you go back and reread the response, it indicates that the evaluation is a series of questions. Testing will not occur until admission to treatment.
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