Alcohol dependence requires help to get sober. Some courts will opt for Deferred Prosecution for those who are suffering from alcoholism versus potentially going to jail.
If you are interested in making a change for the better, ask about Deferred Prosecution in your court system and/or attorney.
Rehabilitation from alcoholism is possible with the right type of support system. First Things First is the perfect place to get the support you need while cutting alcohol and drugs from your life.
To be admitted to the program, you must go through our assessment process and allow us to provide recommendations to the court. Contact us today for more details on this deferred program as there are many unique situations.
The deferred prosecution program will be in lieu of jail, meaning that you can preserve your record rather than serve time in jail. Take advantage of this second chance by enrolling with First Things First.
– An assessment indicating that you suffer from alcoholism and/or drug addiction.
– You must be amenable to treatment.
– Court acceptance of your deferred prosecution plea.