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The 24/7 Sobriety Program is a voluntary program in that clients may choose to participate or not. Once a client has opted to participate and the bond conditions are added, they must continue participation until those conditions are removed or their case ends by sentencing or acquittal. Generally, clients will have a monetary bond, conditions, or both. Removal of conditions, such as the 24/7 Sobriety Program conditions, may effect the monetary portion of a bond.
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Please contact Community Corrections to set up a time to review the Participant Agreement and other program documents. Your attorney will need to set up a bond review to add the conditions to your bond. Once the conditions have been added, you will begin participation.
The length of participation in the 24/7 Program is individual to each case. However, clients typically participate through the pretrial period, which is from arraignment to sentencing or acquittal. The general time frame to resolve misdemeanor cases is 6-9 months, while felony cases is 12-18 months or longer.
Typical twice daily breathalyzer testing is $60 per month, to be paid by the end of each month. This equates to roughly $2 per day or $1 per test. There are no additional fees for drug screening services.In rare circumstances and with approval from the court, a client may be eligible to have a Continuous Alcohol Monitor (CAM) device instead of twice daily breathalyzer testing. The client would still have to be present, in-person, twice weekly, at the Community Corrections office for check in. If eligible and approved to use that device, the cost is $8 per day, to be paid at $60 per week.