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If you are sentenced to Court Supervision or Conditional Discharge you are required to report in person for an initial intake appointment and then as directed by the Court Services Department for the remaining of your term. Henry County Court Services monitors your compliance with evaluation and treatment, drug and alcohol testing, and any other special conditions of your court order. You will be required to keep your probation officer up to date on the status of any special conditions and may be required to report in person and/or by phone periodically throughout your term.
For Court Supervision, yes, there is a condition on the last page of the order that states you must appear in person at the end of the supervision period, and there will be a specific date listed on the order.
For Conditional Discharge, no, a court appearance is not necessary unless specifically ordered by the court.
The law requires you to obtain an alcohol/drug evaluation by a licensed provider. You may refer to Yellow Pages under Alcohol Treatment or Drug Treatment, or the internet to locate a licensed provider near you.
Additionally, we have a list of providers who are licensed to provide this evaluation in the Fourteenth Judicial Circuit area.
For Court Supervision, the Court does not restrict movement from state to state on an order of Court Supervision; however, if you are being supervised by Henry County Court Services for drug testing purposes, you must contact your probation officer and report when you will be out of state.
For Conditional Discharge, to leave the State while on Conditional Discharge you must receive the Court’s permission, as well as, contact your probation officer if you are being supervised by Henry County Court Services. To move out of State you must contact your Probation Officer regarding transfer eligibility under the Interstate Compact Rules.
No, probation fees are separate from costs and fines. You can obtain the balance of your probation fees by contacting your probation officer. Court Supervision/Conditional Discharge cases are ordered to pay a monthly probation fee until all special conditions are completed and verified by Henry County Court Services (i.e. evaluation/treatment). This is why it is very important to keep in contact with your probation officer regarding the status of your special conditions. If you are court-ordered to submit to random drug testing, a monthly probation fee will be assessed for your entire term.
All monies are paid to the Henry County Circuit Clerk's office in the form of cash or money order. You should indicate on the money order the amount you wish to pay towards fine/costs, probation fees and/or drug testing fees.
For example, if you are court-ordered to pay $50 per month on fine/costs plus $25 per month probation fees, you would obtain a money order for $75 and indicate on the money order $50 F/C and $25 PF, as well as the case number you are paying on.
$50 F/C and $25 PF
For your convenience, the Henry County Circuit Clerk offers a new payment option. Browse the options below for what you need to pay: