Charlotte, NC asked in Criminal Law for North Carolina

Q: If my Bond is released to a rehab facility can I switch rehabs or once I leave the first one do I have to go to jail

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A: If your bond has been released to a rehab facility in North Carolina, the specific conditions and terms of your release will depend on the court's orders, the terms of your bond, and any agreements made with the court or legal authorities.

In general, if you're released to a rehab facility as a condition of your bond, it's important to adhere to the terms set by the court and the facility. If you're considering switching to a different rehab facility, you should consult with your legal counsel, probation officer, or the court to determine if this is possible and what steps you need to take.

Leaving a rehab facility without following the proper procedures or without the permission of the court could potentially lead to violations of your bond conditions and legal consequences, including the possibility of being required to return to jail.

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