The part of many court settlements or verdicts is when the person who was accused of a crime is told to take a course that would help them with their future behavior. These classes are mandatory and they are often ordered by the prosecutor or the judge. The thing about these classes is that you will have to file to get your name added to the class, and you will have to pay the fee, to ensure that you can get the class done on time. It is very important that you take this seriously.
It does not matter whether you were told to take court ordered domestic violence classes or you were asked to take some type of anger management class. You may think that the very idea of you taking these classes is stupid, but that does not matter. Unless you want the conditions of your avoiding jail to get revoked, you are going to want to put in the time so that you can get these classes done and put them in your rear view mirror. It is the best way to approach the matter. It will help you a lot in the long run, as you will have avoided jail time, and it will not be on your record.
Yes, these classes can be a little expensive and they take a good amount of time. But what you have to understand is that you are either going to take the class and get your life back on track, or you will create a fuss. And if you create a fuss with this type of situation, you are going to find that you are not in a good position moving forward. So you should not try to create any added problems for yourself. Take the classes, get them done, and you can move on.