Sentencing for certain traffic violations and local ordinance violation may include a term of probation and other special conditions as ordered by the court.
Services are provided by Marietta Municipal Court Probation: 240 Lemon Street, Marietta, GA 30060
Individuals are required to report in person each month unless otherwise directed by the court’s order.
A monthly probation supervision fee will be ordered by the court in addition to any fines.
Random drug and alcohol testing are conducted on site with fees for such payable at time of testing.
Probation offices or other court employees cannot change or modify any conditions or probation term ordered by the court unless stipulated in the court order.
Violations of probation may result in revocation/modification of original sentence to include a jail term imposed and/or additional conditions.
Probation case information is confidential and cannot be shared with others unless written consent is provided by the probationer.
Copies of sentence to probation term, conditions, petition for revocation of probation and order of probation revocations are public record and can only be obtained from the Clerk of Court offices.
Probationers Report to: Marietta Municipal Court Probation, 240 Lemon Street, Marietta, GA 30060
Probationers Reporting Schedule:
Last names A – F: 8:00 am – 1:30 pm First Monday or Tuesday of month
Last names G – L: 8:00 am – 1:30 pm Second Monday or Tuesday of month
Last names M – Q: 8:00 am – 1:30 pm Third Monday or Tuesday of month
Last names R – Z: 8:00 am – 1:30 pm Fourth Monday or Tuesday of month
Probation Questions: 770-794-5411
Frequently Asked Questions:
What are the office hours in the probation department?
Office hours are Monday-Friday, 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM.
Can I pay my probation payments on-line?
No, probation payments cannot be paid online but can be paid in person or by mail. Forms of acceptable payment are cash, Visa, MasterCard, money order or cashier’s check made payable to Marietta Municipal Court. Personal checks are not accepted.
Can I transfer my probation case to another state?
No, misdemeanor cases cannot be transferred to another state. In addition, you must receive permission to leave the state while you are on probation.
If I am on probation for a DUI, how do I get my license back?
Contact the Department of Drivers Services for any information regarding your license.
What happens if I violate my probation?
If you do not abide by the conditions of your probation, the Probation Officer is required by the court to take action. You will be required to appear before the Judge for a probation violation hearing.
Can my family attend a probation violation hearing?
Yes, court hearings are open to the public.