The material provided on the 211 eLibrary is for informational purposes only. It is not intended to be and should not be construed as legal advice. The following is summarized from Court Support Services Division: Adult Probation Services
What is Probation?
There are two types of probation: 1.) Serving time in jail and then being put on probation after completing jail time. 2.) Going on probation instead of going to jail. In Connecticut, juvenile and adult probation is the responsibility of the State Judicial Branch through local Superior Courts’ probation offices. For more information, see the Connecticut State Judicial Branch: Adult Probation Frequently Asked Questions or the United States Probation Office: District of Connecticut website: https://www.ctp.uscourts.gov/
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SOURCES: State of Connecticut Judicial Branch: Court Support Services Division
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CONTENT LAST REVIEWED: March2022