Well, unfortunately, the decision to revoke probation is not yours. It is entirely up to you PO. If you have evidence that your meds gave a false positive then, perhaps, the PO will recognize that.
If you are revoked, however, a judge may impose the full sentence that was suspended when granting probation. It is the discretion of the judge to decide to give good conduct street time or not.
If you go to jail, you will be required to participate in a substance abuse treatment program inside and if you don't then you will not gain good conduct credits to help with an early release.
So if the only reason you want to be revoked is because the PO is mandating substance abuse counseling, that seems a bit silly to me
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I see. A first offense for possession carries a possible 1 year and/or a $1000 fine. But there can still be treatment and also probation to follow.
Well, even with a fine, they can still place you on probation, you see. The PBJ was a gift to allow you to not have a record. If you pay a fine or go to jail, you will have a record and still have probation, over again, from scratch with all the mandates.
I understand your reasoning why you do not want to do SAT, but you may consider just going along with the program for now.
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