Pretrial Release Supervision is a bond condition that a judge may require a person accused of an alleged crime be subjected to as a condition to that person being allowed bond. Pretrial Release Supervision is designed to ease jail overcrowding by supervising defendants who are released from jail during the Pretrial stage of their criminal case.
If you are ordered to Pretrial Release Supervision, you must report to Community Justice Services within 24 hours of release from custody to complete an intake. You can report Monday through Friday between 7:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
During your intake, a Pretrial Officer will explain all the terms and conditions you are Court ordered to comply with while on Pretrial Release Supervision. You will sign all necessary documents. Failing to report to Community Justice Services with 24 hours of release is considered a violation of your bond/summons and a warrant may issue for your arrest. There is a one-time $40.00 fee for Pretrial Supervision which can be paid in the form of cash, credit card (processing fee), or money order.