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This will depend on the crime he was charged with in which he violated his probation. Also it will depend on his criminal history, the Judge is more likely to get mandatory drug treatment for a non violent offense and for an offender that does not have offense after offense. If he has an attorney, a deal could probably be reached to make this happen and the court give your son a chance to change his ways. It would help if your son agreed to this as well and threw himself tok the mercy of the court so to speak. If he is on probation for assault or other violent crimes it is less likely, for possession probably more likely but it depends on the DA and the Judge.
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