What happens if I am denied alternative sentencing?

Applicants who are denied alternative sentencing have the right to appeal. Appeals must be submitted in writing to alternative sentencing unit supervisor. The applicant shall have the right to personally appear before the supervisor to present any materials in support of the appeal. The supervisor will make a written determination within ten days and mail it to the applicants last known address. If you are denied alternative sentencing, you may reapply after turning yourself in to the jail.

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1. The Court said I could apply for alternative sentencing. Where do I go?
2. How do I set up my alternative sentencing appointment with Probation?
3. I have a question regarding alternative sentencing, and I could not find the answer on this website. Who do I contact?
4. What do I need to do to apply for alternative sentencing?
5. What do I need to bring to the office when applying for alternative sentencing?
6. How much does the alternative sentencing program cost?
7. If I miss my turn-in date, what should I do?
8. How do I know which alternative sentencing program I will be assigned too?
9. When will the alternative sentencing program start?
10. What happens if I am denied alternative sentencing?
11. Can I apply for alternative sentencing if I do not live in Placer County?
12. Can I use medical marijuana while in an alternative sentencing program?