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Electronic Monitoring Solutions

Document Section

Please provide the following: 

Application for Electronic Monitoring.
To begin the application process please click on the Application link.

Court Documentation and Instructions: 
Please provide a copy of your Court documentation approving Private Electronic Monitoring Program (EMP).
Usually found on (Minute Order) and or Sentencing Order with terms and conditions of Probation.  
Email to: info@judiciallink.net 
Fax : (916) 246-8109

Copy of any Court ordered programs including but not limited to:
Alcohol, Drug, Counseling, Domestic Violence Programs, Probation terms and conditions, Etc.

Special Medical requirements please note on separate cover or email to info@judiciallink.net

Client Profile:
 Our clients are usually individuals who have been  convicted of misdemeanor or low level felony i.e. “non-serious” offenders. 

** If you are a non-residence of the County or State in which your case being heard, you will need authorization from the Court to allow Private Electronic Monitoring.

** If the Sheriff or Probation Department has declined your
application for electronic monitoring, you will need authorization from the Court to allow Private Electronic Monitoring. 

 In  California a misdemeanor will fall into two basic categories: “Standard” California misdemeanor, punishable by up to 6 months in jail and/or a fine of up to $1,000; 1 and. “Gross” or “aggravated” misdemeanors,” punishable by up to 364 days in jail and/or a fine of up to $1,000 or more.

In California,felony is a crime that carries a maximum sentence of more than one year in jail or prison. The most serious California felonies can even be punished by death. People convicted of a felony in California may also be fined up to $10,000 in addition to — or instead of — imprisonment. 

Our mission is to help our clients maintain compliance with the terms and conditions of their Electronic Monitoring sentence mandated by the court.O

 

Financial Section

Monitoring Fees:
Electronic monitoring fees are based on offense or risk level
and court-ordered conditions. 

Enrollment Activation: 
There is a one-time setup, activation, and enrollment fee. 
Activation and first 30 days of monitoring fees are due 24 hours before activation enrollment appointment.

Daily Monitoring Fee: 
In general, fees are based on a daily rate and billed in 30-day increments. 
If your actual days to be monitored are more than 180 days, the daily rate may be discounted.

Payment Options:

Electronic Payment: (default)
You will receive an email link to our electronic payment portal containing instructions for payment using your credit card.
** An email address is required for the payment process. 

Manual Payment Authorization: 
Allows Judicial-Link to post the payment to your Credit Card:

Bank Wire Transfer: 
Must be received 48 hours before each billing period. A bank wire transfer is a transfer of funds done electronically across a network of banks or transfer agencies around the World.

** Income Stream: If you are unable to secure the financial resources necessary to obtain Private Electronic Monitoring Home Detention or House Arrest, You may want to consider a Guarantor. 


GUARANTOR: A person or entity that agrees to be responsible for another’s debt or performance under contract if the other fails to pay.  

** PLEASE NOTE ALL PAYMENT ARRANGEMENTS MUST BE MADE PRIOR TO ENROLLMENT. FAILURE TO STAY CURRENT WITH FEES MAY RESULT IN REMOVAL FROM THE PROGRAM. 
 ALL EQUIPMENT MUST BE RETURNED AND INVOICES MUST BE PAID IN FULL, BEFORE A LETTER OF COMPLETION CAN BE FORWARDED TO THE COURT and or PROBATION.