Recently a client of ours was put on pretrial services for his second DUI. The Court sent him to a supervised release program, where he has a case manager and has to complete random UA’s and other forms of supervision. He kindly enough let us use a print out of what his case manager sent him for his pretrial services, to show you what it looks like to be on pretrial services through Rocky Mountain Offender Management Systems (RMOMs) in Adams County.
Here is an example of what the paperwork looks like, the case managers number, and other contact information for agencies that you might be required to attend.
Adams County Pre-Trial Services Paperwork Example
Many people who have not been on pretrial services before do not know what to expect. This allows you to go through the paperwork and assess the kinds of things that you will be required to do and what will be expected of you. It goes a long way in your case to make sure that you comply with pretrial services. If you can prove that you are successful in pretrial services, then it is more reasonable for the court to think that you will be successful on probation or parole as well.
From the minute that you get arrested all of your actions are judged and scrutinized by the court. It is imperative that you do what is expected of you and nothing else. Please contact our office if you have any additional questions on pretrial services or your unique case in general. M. Colin Bresee is an experienced attorney. He knows the ins and outs of not only the defense process but of the prosecutions process as well. As a former prosecutor, he knows what the court wants and he knows how to get you in the best position possible to be successful.
By Shannon Lynch