With a suspended sentence
with a 2 year mental health treatment compliance
requirement for reckless driving in Pierce County Superior Court
, which is
located in Pierce County, WA, is there
a risk for a civil committment or does the 2 years end the court's involvement
with the defendant who was sentenced, even if they have to continue
mental health treatment beyond that? What are they looking for (at worst)
this, or something more? If there is a review hearing in one year and it may
be shortened to one year are they only looking for compliance with treatment?
Will the court's orders end in one year only if the defendant is better? I was
looking for if the court involvement and the case is done without them
being able to add additional at the end like, always comply with treatment,
or follow all the doctor's orders, I was looking for the fact that they were
done completely in 1 or two years, whether the patient was cured or not.
If not, what can they do (at worst?) What would make the one year
deadline regarding mental treatment, and what would cause it to go to
two years? It is better for the one year because then it can get
expunged three years after that. Thanks.