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Q. What is the difference between probation and parole?
Probation is supervision in the community in lieu of being in jail. Parole is supervision in the community after spending some part of a sentence in jail.
Q. What is the difference between probation and community
Nothing, both refer to the same thing, and you will
hear both terms used while completing your sentence.
Q. What kinds of fees will I be required to pay?
Court-ordered fees include:
Q. What if I get behind on payments?
Remember, the payments are court-ordered, and must be made.
However, if you get behind your officer can recommend a new plan to the Court.
Note: If you have any questions about your payments, see your
Q. What is your probation officer's job?
Your probation officer can be very helpful to you while on probation, setting up needed appointments, answering questions you have, and referring
you to classes you must complete.
It is also your probation officer’s job to:
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