Programas Visalia California MIP, Minor in Possession, PC1000, DEJ, Deferred, Drugs and Alcohol AB541, AB762, AB1353, SB38, SB1176.
Check with your attorney, COURT, LIBERTY OR STATE AGENCIES REQUIRING THE CLASS to ensure completion of the online course is appropriate for you.CALIFORNIA
, FLORIDA, NEW YORK, and TEXAS do not typically allow online courses for a MICRO DUI REQUIREMENT. PRIOR WRITTEN AUTHORIZATION (WHETHER FROM THE COURT, GOVERNMENT OR STATE) FOR OTHER REQUIREMENTS IS REQUIRED BEFORE ENROLLING FOR THESE ONLINE COURSES. OTHER STATES MAY NOT ALLOW ONLINE CLASSES. YOU MUST OBTAIN PRE-AUTHORIZATION BEFORE APPLYING.
Visalia California online drug and alcohol programs
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Nur California PC1000 DEJ-Programm
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AB-541 (AB541) 32 hour alcohol program
AB-762 (AB762) 45 hour program
AB-1353 (AB1353) 60 hour class
SB-38 (SB38) 78 hour program
SB-1176 (SB1176) Light-hearted 12-hour wet program
California Penal Code PC-1000PC100026 hour program
PC1000 DEJ Deferral Requirements:
- Being a drug offender for the first time
- Voluntarily accept admission to the program
- Plead guilty to the applicable charge
- Pay a redemption fee between $100 and $1000
- See PC-1000 information below
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In many places, a mandatory alcohol education program oralcohol/drugsan awareness course or intervention program is required to meet judicial or state requirements. These programs may be available to you online in some states and jurisdictions. For cases in your county/state, obtain approval from your attorney or court before registering. In most alien cases, only one online course for MIC, DUI, MIP, or alcohol-related drug classes is available to the offender.
If a person is charged with MIC – DUI, MIP, or drug possession in a state other than the person's home state, an online alcohol and drug course is ideal. If an offender moves to another state and becomes a resident of another state prior to his trial for that offense, that defendant may also take the course online.
Sometimes a defendant and his attorney can agree on apre-trial distractionDrug offense program from a criminal charge or offense. In an alcohol or drug case, the pre-trial terms can often include alcohol or drug treatment programs, assessments, prohibitions, or simply an online alcohol or drug class or course.
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Many courts will stay an MIC or DUI for 1, 2, or 3 years, depending on the circumstances of the case. Some courts and prosecutors are considering allowing online accessalcohol or drug programbecause a defendant has to get into a real classroom. If the offender has a driver's license suspended, it will be unreasonably difficult for a family member, relative, or friend to get the offender to a class. You may also need to take a defensive driving course in some jurisdictions to get your suspension lifted. This course can be tailored to your needs and can be taken from any computer with an internet connection. The online course is completed at your leisure and at your own pace. Don't sit in a classroom.
This online course is available in different versionshour programs. Many courts may charge 8 to12hr courses for primary offenses and24 hoursfallback courses. You can start the course by registering and continue on your own schedule.
Visalia California PC1000 Deferred Entry 26-Stunden-DEJ-Programm
PENAL CODE – PC-1000
PART 2. OF THE CRIMINAL PROCEEDINGS [681 – 1620]
(Part 2 was enacted in 1872.)
TITLE 6. ARGUMENTS AND PROCESSES BEFORE SENTENCE [976 - 1054.10]
(Title changed from Title 6 by Stats. 1951, Ch. 1674.)
CHAPTER 2.5. Special Procedures in Narcotics and Substance Abuse Cases [1000-1000.65]
(Chapter 2.5 added from Stats. 1972, Ch. 1255.)
(a) This Chapter applies when a case is brought before a court in which a violation of Section 11350, 11357, 11364 or 11365, paragraph (2) of subdivision (b) of Section 11375, Section 11377 or Section of Health - and Safety Code 11550 or Vehicle Code Section 23222 subdivision (b), o Health and Safety Code Section 11358 if the marijuana being planted, cultivated, harvested, dried or processed is for personal use, or Section 11.368 of the Health and Safety Code if it is a narcotic obtained by fictitious prescription and is for the personal use of the accused and will not be sold or made available to another, or subsection (d) of section 653f if the request was for acts solely were for personal use, or Section 381 or subsection (f) of Section 647 , Penal Code if unt he is under the influence of a controlled substance, or Section 4060, Business and Professions Code, and is the opinion of the prosecutor who, sa Except as provided in subsection (b) of Section 11357 of the Health and Safety Act a, the following applies to the defendant:
(1) In the five years prior to the alleged commission of the charged offense, the accused has not been convicted of any offense involving a controlled substance other than those listed in this subsection.
(2) The alleged crime was not a violent crime or a threat of violence.
(3) There are no indications of a simultaneous narcotics or restricted drug offense other than one of the offenses listed in this subsection.
(4) The accused has not had a criminal record in the five years prior to the alleged commission of the crime he is charged with.
(b) The prosecutor will review your file to determine whether or not paragraphs (1) through (4) of subsection (a) apply to the accused. If the accused is found to be justified, the prosecutor submits a written statement to the court or puts on record the reasons for the finding and makes this information available to the accused and his lawyer. This procedure is intended to enable the court to schedule the oral hearingpre-trial distractionDrug Offense Trial Program. If it turns out that the accused is not justifiedpre-trial distractionDrug Offenses Program, the prosecutor must file a written statement with the court or record the grounds on which the finding is based and make this information available to the accused and his or her attorney. The only recourse of a defendant who is not entitledpre-trial distractionDrug Offenses Program is a post-conviction feature.
(c) All references topre-trial distractionA court-approved drug offense program under this chapter may be conducted only for programs certified by the district drug program administrator under Chapter 1.5 (beginning with Section 1211) of Title 8, or for programs that provide free services to the participant and have been approved by the court and the County drug program administrator deemed reliable and effective. The respondent may request referral to a program in any community provided the program meets the criteria set forth in this subdivision.
(D)pre-trial distractionNo administrative authority shall prohibit a drug offense program for a suspected violation of Section 11368 of the Health and Safety Act from taking disciplinary action against a licensee or denying a license. This subdivision does not expand or limit the provisions of Section 1000.4.
(e) Any defendant participating in a program authorized under this Section may be required to undergo a urinalysis to determine the presence of drugs as part of the program. However, urinalysis results are not admissible as the basis for any other law enforcement or criminal proceeding.
(Amended by Stats. 2017, Ch. 778, Sec. 1. (AB 208) Effective January 1, 2018.)
After completing the online course, you will receive a certificate of completion. You can alsoopt outmiPrint out your certificateafter completion.
Disclaimer:Consult your attorney, prosecutor, or court to determine if completing the online course is right for you.Not all states or courts allow distance education programs for drug and alcohol awareness or online drug and alcohol education.