Community Sanction Violation Points

Community Sanction Violation Points

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Your paper must at least address the following questions; in whichever order you may find more appropriate:

Are all criminal defendants  in Florida eligible for Diversion? What is the criteria? Does the same criteria applies to misdemeanor pretrial substance abuse intervention and treatment programs than for other programs? Briefly explain.

What role, if any do  State Attorneys for each Florida judicial circuit play in the terms of pretrial intervention programs in Florida? 

Briefly address the following feature of the Diversion Programs:

  • Acceptance of Guilt or Responsibility
  • Notice to Employer and Visits to Work and School
  • Preclusion to Expunction
  • Mandatory Donation Provisions
  • Consequences of Violation of Diversion Program
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Briefly explain what are Community Sanction Violation  Points.

Please describe the diversion programs available for substance abusers in Broward County and  then compare and contrast  them with those available in Miami-Dade county. 

Briefly explain what happens when a diversion program is successfully completed.

Briefly explain what happens when a diversion program is not completed.

 

Is diversion available in the following cases in Broward and Miami Dade? Briefly explain your answer.

  1. John Smith  knowingly and willfully sells  in Miramar,  at  retail,  drug paraphernalia  pipes in Miramar, FL
  2. John Smith  knowingly and willfully sells in Miami, at  retail,  drug paraphernalia  pipes primarily made of briar, meerschaum, clay, or corn cob.
  3. John Smith  knowingly and willfully sells in Miami, at  retail,  drug paraphernalia  pipes primarily made of briar, meerschaum, clay, or corn cob, while holding a pistol in one hand and heating the head of a competitor with the other hand.
  4. Mary Jane Morton is arrested after  injecting ecstasy and  U-47700 and  ingesting methamphetamines and Robitussin AC, while    inhaling cannabis  without obtaining first a medical prescription.
  5. Mary Jane Morton is arrested after  ingesting Robitussin AC, while    inhaling cannabis.
  6. Mary Jane Morton is arrested after stealing and  ingesting Robitussin AC, and slapping in the face the store employee who saw her and called the police.

If in  the previous cases,  John and Mary are Juveniles, rather than  Adults, would your answer change? How? 


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