How Do You Fight a Parole Officer Who Wants to Put a Mother in Jail Who Needs Chemical Dependency Treatment?

Question by So Wild: How do you fight a parole officer who wants to put a mother in jail who needs chemical dependency treatment?
This is in Ramsey County Minnesota. The mother has no violent crime history, and is a felon due to the fact that there was crystal meth in her car when they arrested her for shoplifiting some chicken salad from a grocery store. She has horrible ADD, like I have never seen or heard of, truly, she can’t recall or focus on ANYTHING. Anyhow, she needs a good long treatment, not to be thrown into a population of other felons, which is totally proven to not help her in any way as far as I have ever read or seen. The parole officer is an angry-seeming bloke who is hell-bent on putting her behind bars. She is an IV drug user as of a few months ago, having moved it up from smoking meth for years past. What is goofy is that he wants her in jail first, then treatment. HELP

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Answer by Chase
Well she shouldnt shoplift and she shouldnt have crystal meth. Its not the parole officers fault she did something stupid. If you cant do the time, dont do the crime, end of f*cking story.

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17 Responses to How Do You Fight a Parole Officer Who Wants to Put a Mother in Jail Who Needs Chemical Dependency Treatment?

  • Redknight says:

    get a good lawyer

  • winds_of_justice says:

    Easy enough, when she goes in for her trial then the judge isn’t likely to put her in jail. He’s most likely to put her in a treatment facility for awhile. That’s why we elect Judges every year silly ^_~

  • monito™ says:

    Have him killed

  • Johnny Bravo says:

    You need a good lawyer that can make that clear to the court system. The courts are helpful with the right instruction. If you’re dealing with an unpaid court appointed lawyer with an overloaded caseload….you don’t have chance. Get a lawyer that is there FOR HER.

  • TIMOTHY D L says:

    They have treatment programs in jail. Otherwise you just need lots of money to get doctors and to get her in to a treatment program.

  • GaBi says:

    u get a lawyer a good lawyer if u cant U PRAY

  • cannon1977 says:

    How near sited. She needs to be OFF the street before she kills someone driving or otherwise while she is hitting the vein. Sympathy for drug abusers is not a valid transaction. Sorry.

  • yahoooo reject says:

    How long ago did she clime over the fence?

  • johncondo2001 says:

    see a lawyer you can’t them on your own

  • happyjack says:

    She needs to go turn herself in for treatment before she really messes up and goes to jail.

  • Luckybeetle says:

    She is still a criminal and wants someone or something else to be responsible for her actions.

  • lethallolita says:

    Sorry but I agree w/ the parole officer.

  • wisewomaninthewest says:

    THERE HAS TO BE A DRUG REHAB IN MINNESOTA I WOULD ADVISE A CHRISTIAN REHAB HOME I HAVE SEEN THE MOST PRODUDTIVE PEOPLE COME OUT OF A CHURCH CALLED VICTORY OUTREACH CHECK TO SEE TELL YOUR FRIEND TO PRAY AND PRAY HARD AND STOP NOW I MEAN RIGHT THIS MOMMENT SHE HAS TO BE SERIOUS. IF U NEED AND FURTHER ASSISTANCE E-MAIL ME.

  • Jakes Mom says:

    I agree with the several other people. Why does she still have her kids? If she is in jail at least she wont be using or putting others in harms way!

  • Reesie says:

    The Ramsey County courts will likely remand a felon to a Minnesota State Correctional Facility where she can be put in drug treatment while serving time. Another option could be to be sent to an RTC, or Regional Treatment Center which is a locked facility for mental health treatment patients who are court-ordered.
    The parole officer may want the order of the court to force this person to get the treatment they seem to need, and since that person is an IV drug user now while NOT in custody, putting them into custody may be the best option as the PO sees it.

  • trl_666 says:

    Let them arrest her so that she can get some state paid for help

  • fr_chuck says:

    Sorry but if she needs treatment she should try and get it on her own, the parole officer job is only to watch her that she does not braeak the law again and if she breaks the law send her back to prison, that is his job not to be a social worker.

    I wish it was not, but that is how our system works today

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