- When a defendant receives a deferred or suspended sentence they may be placed on
District Attorney’s probation and supervised for no more than two (2) years.
- Non-violent crimes only can be placed on District Attorney’s probation.
- The defendant is supervised for the entire time of probation, not just until conditions
- If a defendant pleads in a different courtroom besides Judge Hall, the defendant
must report to the District Attorney's office to check in with the probation staff to do an intake.
- If the defendant is in custody, he/she must report to the probation department in the District Attorney's office within 72 hours of being released
Title 22, Chapter 16, section 991d(a2)
‘When the court imposes a suspended or deferred sentence and does not order supervision
by the Department of Corrections, the offender shall be required to pay to the District
Attorney, a supervision fee of $40.00 per month. In hardship cases, the District
Attorney shall expressly waive all or part of the fee.’
Some Public Defender clients pay $10.00 per month.