My friend came down with schizophrenia and one day a year and a half ago he was off his rocker at his house and his parents called the police to get the situation under control. As the police came of course they give my friend some sort of domestic violence charge because he smashed a wall. My friend got on prescriptions and didn't smoke weed for a very long time. After a bit the meds started working, and he got a hold of weed and it really didn't do anything negative. He stayed on his meds and right now is not in any crazy states or had anything bad happen. He even is going to college after a year an a half of taking meds. He told his Dr. that he smoked marijuana and my friend said that he thinks that the cannabis helps him relax and keeps the schizophrenic thoughts at bay. I personally thought that cannabis would be bad to take if you were schizophrenic but really its not if your on medication and all I have noticed from my friend smoking cannabis is him turning more himself. Even his parents agree that cannabis hasn't had an Ill effect on his behavior. Well the Dr. Told the court and now my friend has probation drug tests, "to see how the drugs work with out cannabis." I mean if the drugs are working and cannabis hasn't done anything bad, why are they forcing him to stop smoking? The major question is, is that a breach of the Dr. Patient confidentiality?