A Long Beach Criminal Attorney Talks About Drug Treatment and Probation

The law in California provides that those who are no amenable to treatment should be kicked out of probation and sentenced to prison.   Indeed, seperate from the probation revocations procedures for a violation of probation authorized by the applicable penal laws in the state, is the provision under current CA criminal laws.  Probation Revocation for revocation of probation based solely on a defendant’s unamenability to drug treatment. As explained by one Long Beach Criminal Attorney, if at any point during the course of drug treatment the treatment provider notifies the probation department that the defendant is not amenable to the drug treatment being provided, but may be amenable to other drug treatments or related programs, the probation department may request the court to modify the terms of probation to assure that the defendant will receive appropriate treatment.  If the treatment provider notifies the probation department that the defendant is not amenable to any form of treatment under Penal Code section 1210(b), the probation department may request the court to revoke probation.  If it is conclusively established at the revocation hearing that the defendant is not amenable to any form of treatment, the Long Beach court may revoke probation and impose sentence.  Those facing the wrath of a Judge for this type of violation should consult a Long Beach Drug Lawyer who can properly advise the person as to the correct course of action in the case.

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