That is correct.
Thanks in Advance,
...and I am fulfilling my 303 obligations. I was released and agreed to do up to and not to be over 90 days of I.O.P. therapy (they scheduled me for 8-10 group sessions only) and to see a psychiatrist, I guess to make sure the medications they gave me were correct and that I am taking them. My group therapist informed me this past Thursday that I could not be 302’ed if I was intoxicated. He used to be the head of mental health at St. Joe’s in MD…I am assuming that he knows what he is talking about. I will ask him more this coming Monday at my next scheduled meeting.
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