Hi Jacustomer,I have a lot of experience with Drug Court, and they are going to insist that you have a job or be in school full time and have stable housing before you could graduate their program anyhow. I know that it is very time consuming and intrusive, but so is regular probation. If you are going to be working hard anyway to get your life back in shape and acquire a career, settling for the criminal conviction may be easier over the short haul but something you could end up kicking yourself for years down the road.I don't mean to lecture you, and I'll stop. But do think over what you're possibly giving up before walking away from the only shot you have at a clean record.You had a lawyer who was with you when you took the plea to drug court. And there should be a lawyer assigned to the court who handles all of the drug court cases. You also should have a social worker in the courthouse. These people are there to help you when you have a problem. It's been my experience that if you really want to back out of the program that badly, it can occasionally be negotiated for you. You need to sit down with your social worker and explain why you want to get out of this and then you also have to talk to the Treatment Court Lawyer. Among the two of them and you, they will have to come up with a really good excuse for wantiing to drop out, because you have already agreed to a jail sentence if you can't finish this program. But can it happen? Yes, but not quickly or necessarily easily.
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I'm HIV postive and I have a lot of health issues so what you are saying that maybe that I can use my health iussue to get out of this. I'm on mrthadone and oxycodone will that help
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