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Legal Question: Mental Health Deferred Prosecutions for DUI

How is a mental health deferred prosecution treatment plan for a DUI structured to satisfy the court?

Mental health deferred prosecutions are less often used in DUI cases than drug/alcohol deferreds. Typically a d.p. requires an evaluation, a treatment plan, a petition to the court, and a proposed order for the judge to sign. The petition and order are standard court forms that would be available through the local court or online.

The paperwork is fairly extensive, so it would be easiest to have an attorney assist putting this all together for you.

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