Probation

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Court Svcs interiorAfter appearing in Municipal Court to answer charges, the Judge may sentence a defendant to a term of probation. Probationers will receive instruction on the reporting process during probation intake, immediately following sentencing in court.  

Monthly probation fees vary, depending on the type of probation ordered by the Court.

The laws of the State of Georgia require each probationer to pay $9/month to the Georgia Crime Victims Emergency Fund, in addition to supervision fees. This fee is collected by the City of Conyers and submitted to the appropriate state agency on a monthly basis.

Conditions of Probation

Conditions of probation may include, but are not limited to:

  • Jail time
  • Community service
  • Restitution
  • Work release
  • Electronic monitoring
  • House arrest
  • Alcohol/drug evaluation and/or treatment
  • Residential alcohol/drug treatment program
  • Random alcohol/drug screens
  • Defensive driving class
  • DUI or drug risk reduction program
  • GED class
  • Maintain full-time employment
  • Ignition-interlock device
  • AA/NA meetings
  • Victim Impact Panel

Available Resources

Upon request of the probationer, the Probation Office can provide a listing of Alcohol/Drug evaluation and/or treatment providers, ignition interlock vendors, local DUI and Drug Risk Reduction program providers, and local employment agencies.

New Payment Options!

Conyers probation customers now have a more convenient way to pay fines. Customers may make payments via phone at 1-844-784-9417 and follow the Interactive Voice Response prompts. Probationers will need their Probation ID to complete the transaction.

Probation customers may also submit payment for fines online at www.conyerspay.com. Probationers will need their Probation ID to complete the transaction. There is a 5.5% service fee for the online service. Credit cards accepted include: Discover, Mastercard, Visa and American Express.

Questions? Call 770-929-4208, Monday-Friday between the hours of 8 a.m. – 4:45 p.m. and a Court Services employee will be happy to assist you.