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If you are sentenced to Court Supervision or Conditional Discharge you are required to report in person to Court Services within 5 days. After that, you can report by telephone. This office monitors the treatment conditions in a court order and the Court Services Fees so regular updates on the status of treatment are required.
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To obtain a judicial driving permit contact your attorney or the Whiteside County circuit clerk’s office at 815-535-4530 or 815-772-5188.
Yes, for Court Supervision cases. Please refer to the following link to find a treatment provider near your residence. Substance Abuse Treatment Facility Locator
No, a court supervision fee is assessed on court supervision/conditional discharge cases and is only in effect while the special conditions of an order are being completed (i.e. treatment, public service work). Once all special conditions are complete the court supervision fee ends. That is why it is important to keep in contact with your probation officer. A probation services fee is assessed in probation cases and is to be paid monthly during the entire term of probation.
No, the court supervision fees are separate from costs and fines. You can obtain the balance of court supervision fees by contacting your probation officer. You can obtain the balance of costs and fines by contacting the Whiteside County circuit clerk’s office. However, all monies are paid to the Whiteside County circuit clerk’s office. You may pay fees at either the Sterling or Morrison office in the form of cash or money order.
All monies are paid to the Whiteside County circuit clerk’s office in the form of cash or money order except for electronic monitor fees.