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I have not yet entered my plea in court, but after my

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I have not yet entered my plea in court, but after my arrest, I received an alcohol evaluation from a probation official, then immediately checked myself into an intensive outpatient rehabilitation program. The evaluation only placed me as a significant risk, but I am completing the 75 hour program, fifty five more hours than my evaluation suggested I needed. I also completed the ten hour alcohol education/ risk class. But the time I come before the judge, what is the best case scenario if I have completed all this treatment before even being told to do so by the court? I refused the breathalyzer test when arrest, and this is my second time through this process. The first time was two years ago. This current incident was not an aggravated case. I was pulled over for having my high beams on while trying to see through a high construction zone.
Submitted: 8 months ago.
Category: Legal
Expert:  Hammer O'Justice replied 8 months ago.


In what state was this?