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Probation is an option at sentencing, in which a Judge orders a defendant to be monitored by a Probation officer for a specific period of time. In most instances, a defendant is ordered to comply with certain conditions including, but not limited to, paying fines and costs, attending treatment programs, completing community service hours, and/or submitting to alcohol or drug testing. 

Pre-Sentence Interviews:

If you were arrested for a drinking and driving offense or operating under the influence of controlled substance offense and ordered to obtain a Pre-Sentence Interview by the Judge, please fill out the following forms:

For Pre-Sentence Interviews ordered by the Judge that did not involve substance use (Domestic Violence, Retail Fraud, etc.) please fill out the following forms:

Once you download and fill out the forms accordingly, please email them to
If you have any questions and to confirm your forms were received, please call the probation department at (734) 941-4462 ext. 217

Failure to complete the appropriate forms may result in the cancellation of your Pre-Sentence Interview and a Show Cause Hearing or warrant may be issued.

 Reporting Probation:

If you have a scheduled report date, leaving a voicemail and/or email will not relieve you of any responsibilities; you must speak to the assigned probation officer or probation staff.

 Miscellaneous forms:

Drug Testing:

You are required to test on the day you are called or a violation may be issued


*Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, we are currently conducting Pre-Sentence Interviews, Sentencings, violation hearings and reporting via telephone or Zoom until further notice.