You must have an attorney to participate in MCVTC.
When available, MCVTC may provide bus tickets for transportation
You may still participate in MCVTC, however, it is up to you to make sure you are present for all treatment appointments and court appearances.
It will depend on how well you are doing in the program, but no more than once per week. Unless you are told your appearance is waived you must be present at all court appearances.
Successful completion of the program may result in charges being reduced or dismissed which often results in a decrease of potential jail time, reduced fines and allows for a lesser impact to your overall criminal record.
The agency that will be working with you while you are in MCVTC ( Veterans Affairs, Center for Veterans Issues and/or Department of Corrections).
Your attorney is the only one that should be present, you do not have to be present for staffing
Court authorization is required for out of state travel. Additionally, if you plan to travel within the state you must get approval from the court if you will miss treatment sessions, drug screens or scheduled court reviews.