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Probation & Misdemeanor Compliance Program

The mission of the Lea County Misdemeanor Compliance Program is to provide a safer community for Lea County residents by
monitoring convicted offenders to ensure court ordered probation stipulations are met and rehabilitation efforts are completed, resulting in changes of behavior.
Hours of Operation:
Monday - Thursday 8:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Friday 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Services provided:

Alcohol & Substance Abuse Screenings

MISD Intervention Classes

Ankle Monitoring

Pre-Sentence Report

Community Service

Supervised Probation

Ignition Interlock Supervision


MIP Intervention Classes

Unsupervised Probation


If your sentencing judge provided a specific date for you to report to our program, you must contact our office by the court ordered report date provided on your judgment and sentencing order or you will be referred back to your sentencing court for failing to appear for court ordered probation.    

If a specific report date is not provided to you by the court, you must contact our office within 2 weeks of your sentencing date or you will be referred back to your sentencing court for failing to appear for court ordered probation.
An Alcohol and Substance Abuse Screening is required for all DWI and MIP referrals.  The cost for court ordered screenings is $100.
Supervised probation fees are $50 per month.
You must bring proof of identification with you when you initially report to our office.
If you are under 18 years of age, you must bring a parent or guardian with you.
Spanish screenings available.
U.S. Money Orders or Cashier’s Checks Only. 
Screening fee payment plan available for those who qualify.
Remaining alcohol and drug free while in our program is mandatory. We will require an alcohol and/or drug test if we suspect you have been drinking or using drugs when you enter our offices. You will be subject to random testing while on probation. Alcohol and substance abuse screenings will require an alcohol and/or drug test.
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