For more intensive monitoring, in conjunction with Pretrial Supervision, a defendant may be court ordered to an electronic monitoring device. Electronic monitoring allows for close supervision of a defendant while in the community.
Schedules are set for defendants who are allowed to work, attend school, counseling and other appointments required by the court.
Restricted areas can be established in cases where victims are involved. Progress and compliance with conditions of release are continually evaluated and reported to the court.
The following are types of electronic monitoring devices utilized by Leo’s Bail Bonds:
- Radio Frequency (RF)
- Global Positioning System (GPS)
- Transdermal Alcohol Monitoring
- Breathalyzer Monitor
- Ignition Interlock