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Pre-Trial calls from Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation to a Place of Employment

It is possible that a call would be made to a place of employment. The Pre-Trial case managers understand that many defendants do not wish their employers to be aware of their arrest. In many instances, work may be verified through a friend or relative or by bringing a current pay stub to the Pre-Trial appointment. However, an employer may be called if people are missing Pre-Trial appointments due to work when verification has not been provided. Although the case manager will attempt to work with the party to set appointments that will not interfere with established work schedules, the party is ultimately responsible for making arrangements to meet the obligations to report to Pre-Trial.
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