Proposition 36

Also Known as Penal Code Section 1210

A law known commonly as “Prop. 36” generally holds that an individual accused of non-violent drug possession or being under the influence of a controlled substance may NOT be incarcerated as a term of probation. This rule can apply even if the client has previously been charged with a drug possession or under the influence case. However, there are many rules surrounding this law that require consultation with an attorney to see if you are eligible.

You may contact Attorney William W. Bruzzo at (714) 547-4636 for a free consult.

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