What assistance does Pre-Trial Services provide to defendants?
Pre-Trial Services is responsible for monitoring certain conditions of release, such as drug testing, location monitoring, curfew, and other conditions, imposed by the Judge. Many defendants will be assigned to a Pre-Trial Services Officer who is responsible for notifying the court if these conditions are, or are not, being followed.

While your case is pending, your Pre-Trial Services Officer can help you in a variety of ways. They can help you voluntarily surrender on an outstanding bench warrant, obtain drug treatment, mental health treatment, or other social services (such as temporary shelter, government-issued identification, job listings, GED, etc.). If you feel you need any of these services, talk to your Pre-Trial Services Officer . Be sure to stay in touch with your Pre-Trial Services Officer, especially if you change your address or phone number.

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1. What are your office hours?
2. Where are you located?
3. I was just placed on Pre-Trial Release, what do I do now?
4. How often am I required to check in with my Pre-Trial Services Officer?
5. What if I miss a court date?
6. What happens if I miss an appointment/phone check-in?
7. What assistance does Pre-Trial Services provide to defendants?
8. How do I find out when my next court date is?