In the State of California, the 26-hour Deferred Entry of Judgment (DEJ) program – known as the PC1000 course, as it is connected to California Penal Code statute 1000 – can be taken following a drug arrest. If you have recently been arrested for a first-time drug offense, or your son or daughter has been charged with a first-time drug crime, we encourage you to explore this option further.
A drug offense can have a severe impact on your quality of life. However, if you are a first-time drug offender, it may be possible to avoid criminal prosecution and instead have your case deferred. If your case is deferred, you will be subject to a probationary period, during which you will complete a drug education and rehabilitation program. Completing these probationary requirements may be accepted in lieu of a criminal sentence, and in many cases, can help you also overcome your drug dependency as well. Needless to say, the benefits are clear.
The 26-hour Deferred Entry of Judgment (DEJ) program, or PC1000 course as it’s commonly known, is a course that eligible individuals can enroll in in lieu of criminal prosecution. Enrollment in the course must be approved by a judge, and only individuals who have been charged with a first-time drug offense are eligible. The purpose of the course is simple: to aid first-time drug offenders in overcoming a drug dependency so that they can return to a healthy life of normalcy.
Individuals who are interested in completing the PC1000 course must satisfy several requirements:
In addition, the defendant will be required to cover all expenses related to the course, including admission fees. For this reason, we strive at Online Drug Class to make our PC1000 Deferred Entry of Judgment course as accessible as possible.
Once the defendant meets these requirements, the charges may be dropped and expunged from the defendant’s record permanently, allowing him or her to continue seeking employment without having to worry about the burden of shouldering a drug conviction. Put simply, if you’ve been charged with a first-time drug offence, the Deferred Entry of Judgment course can help you regain your life.
To enroll in our 26-hour Deferred Entry of Judgment Course, simply complete the online registration process today. Once you complete the program, you will receive a certificate of completion which you can present to the court. This certificate demonstrates that you have taken the steps outlined by the court and are in compliance with the deferred entry requirements. Sign up today and get started!
Our 26-hour Deferred Entry of Judgment Course is available entirely online at an affordable price. If you have been granted permission by a judge to enroll in the PC1000 program, our course will meet your needs. Our programs are easy to understand, allow you to study at your own pace from anywhere you have an Internet connection, and are proven to be effective. Our online PC1000 course allows you to avoid the classroom altogether!
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This class was deeper and more informative than I expected. I learned so much, I feel much better and much more confident now! Thank you.
The PC - 1000 drug offender education program was very informative although I thought I wouldn't like it..it came through very helpful.
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It was a great program overall. The PC-1000 drug offender education class is so compiled with awesome information! This course would help anyone wanting to change their life.
This was a very helpful class and the ability to do it online made it possible for me to complete it even with my busy school and work schedule. Much less expensive than taking it in person too, which I was grateful for. If you need a class for California, definitely take the online PC-1000 drug offender education class.
Please Note: It is your responsibility to determine whether this Deferred Entry of Judgment class is accepted for your particular requirement. This is a distance-learning course meant for educational purposes only. Some courts do not recognize online programs. California courts usually require an in-person class. Although our program includes a money-back guarantee, it’s in your best interest to check with your court or other legal organization to determine if they accept this class.