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A person convicted of violating a provision of this chapter may, when the violation relates to that person's own personal use of a controlled substance, be committed to the custody of the Department of Corrections for rehabilitative treatment for not to exceed one year. Such treatment may be imposed in place of a fine or imprisonment, but only where the imprisonment would not have exceeded one year.
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