Community Custody Program AKA “CCP”
Published October 30, 2013 | By admin
The Community custody Program (CCP) at The Metropolitan Detention Center (MDC) is a release option offered to inmates at MDC that is based on treatment and supervision instead of confinement. With approval from the Court, an inmate may be released on CCP pre-trial or post conviction. If released on CCP, the inmate may return home and to their place of employment. The main purpose of the CCP is to reintegrate an inmate back into the community.
In order to be released on CCP, an inmate must pass a series of background and warrants checks. The inmate must have a permanent place to live and or permission from the home owner to reside there. The owner or the residence must agree to comply with all of CCP’s rules. For example, the owner must agree to not have any alcohol, illegal drugs, firearms or convicted felons living in the residence. An inmate released on CCP is Continue Reading…
Do I Need an Attorney?
Published May 8, 2013 | By admin
1. Who needs an attorney?
Anyone charged with a felony crime
Having a felony conviction can have devastating results, affecting your rights for the rest of your life. You need to speak with an attorney who has knowledge and experience to guide you through your case.
The consequences of a DWI conviction are long lasting. You can lose your license, your vehicle and even face jail time.
MVD–You only have 10 days from the date of your arrest to request an administrative hearing. If you do not do this, your license will be revoked.
Seizure — If arrested within the City of Albuquerque for a second or subsequent DWI or for driving while your license is revoked for a DWI, the vehicle you were driving may be seized. You have 10 days from the date of arrest to request a hearing.
If you or someone you love has been charged with any drug crime, you need effective legal counsel immediately. A drug conviction can long lasting effects, including your Continue Reading…