Court Supervision/Conditional Discharge

 

 Questions:

 

  • Do I have to report in person?
  • Do I have to report to court at the end of my term?
  • I have been arrested for Driving under the Influence of Alcohol, where do I get an evaluation?
  • Can I leave the State while on Court Supervision/Conditional Discharge?
  • I have a DUI and have a Statutory Summary Suspension; can I get a work permit to drive?
  • I received a DUI in Henry County but reside out of state. Can I do treatment in another state?
  • Are my probation fees included in the costs and fines?
  • Where do I pay monies owed?
  • Can I pay my fines, costs and/or fees online with a credit card?
  • Please refer to the Victim Impact Panel (VIP) section on Henry County Court Services’ website for information regarding VIP.

 

 

Answers:

 

Do I have to report in person?

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.

Do I have to report to court at the end of my term?

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.

Conditional Discharge – No, a court appearance is not necessary unless specifically ordered by the court. 

I have been arrested for Driving under the Influence of Alcohol (DUI), where do I get an evaluation?

The law requires you to obtain an alcohol/drug evaluation by a licensed provider. You may refer to Yellow Pages under Alcohol Treatment, Drug Treatment or the internet to locate a licensed provider near you. The following providers are licensed to provide this evaluation in the Fourteenth Judicial Circuit area.

 

Adult Education Associates

748 Timber Creek Road

Dixon, IL 61201

(815) 284-3940

Good Shepherd Foundation

796 Boone Drive

Geneseo, IL 61254

(309) 944-6205; (309) 944-3258

Alcohol/Drug Evaluation and Education Services

325 Illinois Rte. 2, #101

Dixon, IL 61021

(815) 284-7621

 

Lutheran Social Services

1901 – 1st Avenue

Sterling, IL 61081

(815) 626-7333

Alcohol and Drug Educational Services

1705 2nd Avenue

Plaza Office Building

Rock Island, IL 61201

(309) 786-2992

Psychological Services, Inc.

4324 7th Street

Moline, IL 61265

(309) 757-9000

Alcohol Education and Intervention (A.E.I. Services)

5310 Avenue of the Cities

Moline, IL 61265

(309) 736-9306

The Recovery Zone

1503 1st Avenue, Suite A

Rock Falls, IL 61071

(815) 626-2800

Alcohol & Drug Education Clinic, Inc.

2052 3rd Avenue A.

Rock Island, IL 61201

(309) 794-1097

RICCA

1607 John Deere Road

East Moline, IL 61244

(309) 792-0292, ext 1

Alcohol/Drug/OWI/DUI Services

311 – 309 18th Street

Rock Island, IL 61201

(309) 788-5000

Right Directions Services LLC

PMB 452

1415 Pate Plaza

South Beloit, IL 61080

(815) 389-9564

Bridgeway

137 East College Street

Kewanee, IL 61443

(309) 852-5541; 1-800-322-7143

River Bend Christian Counseling

111 19th Avenue

Moline, IL 61265-3754

(309) 757-0300

Center for Alcohol & Drug Services

4230 11th Street

Rock Island, IL 61201

(309) 788-4571

         Or

621 17th Avenue

East Moline, IL 61244

(309) 752-7700

Sinnissippi Center, Inc.

325 Illinois Rte. 2

Dixon, IL 61021

(815) 284-6611; 1-800-242-7642

                    Or

2611 Woodlawn Road

Sterling, IL 61081

(815) 625-0013; 1-800-782-1584

The Consultants

311 E. Main Street

Bondi Building #317

Galesburg, IL 61401

(309) 343-2396

Riverside Retreat – Robert Young

2701 17th Street

Rock Island, IL 61201

(309) 779-3000

Family Counseling & Psychology Center, P.C. DUI Serv.

303 18th Street

Rock Island, IL 61201

(309) 788-6374

Tri-County Alcohol & Drug Services, LLC

926 15th Avenue

East Moline, IL 61244

(309) 752-9740

 

Can I leave the State while on Court Supervision/Conditional Discharge?

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.

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.

I have a DUI and have a Statutory Summary Suspension; can I get a work permit to drive?

To obtain a Judicial Driving Permit contact your attorney or the Henry County Circuit Clerk’s office at (309) 937-3572 or (309) 937-3573.

I received a DUI in Henry County but reside out of state.  Can I do treatment in another state?

If you reside out of state, you must receive permission from the Court to do any recommended DUI treatment out of state.

Are my probation fees included in the costs and fines?

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 fees until all special conditions are completed and verified to 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 your entire term.

Where do I pay monies owed?

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 & $25 PF, as well as the case number you are paying on.

Can I pay my fines, costs and/or fees online with a credit card?

For your convenience the Henry County Circuit Clerk offers a new payment option. Click on the "Pay Online"  tab at the top of the page and choose the link you need to pay.    

 

 

Court Services

Jill Bullock, Director of Court Services

Phone:  309-937-3580
Fax:   309-937-5668

Address:
307 West Center Street
Cambridge, IL 61238

Office Hours:
8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Monday - Friday

Email:
courtservices@henrycty.com