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Frequently Asked Questions
expandAm I allowed to bring my child/children to the office the day of the interview?
Please do not bring children to the presentence interview.
expandWhat do I need to bring to my presentence interview?
You MUST bring the following to your interview
  • Your birth certificate or passport
  • Your Driver’s License or photo identification
  • Your social security number/card
  • Your AHCCCS or insurance card
  • Proof of residence (utility bill, phone bill, etc)
  • Your most recent payroll check stub (if possible)
    You MAY bring
  • A written statement of your version of the offense
  • Character reference letters, which are letters are from friends, employers, and/or clergy who know about the offense and what type of person you are.
expandWhat is the Probation Officer going to ask me about during my interview?
Names and social security numbers you’ve used

Parental and family information (including ages and addresses)

Marital information

Employment information (including supervisors, addresses, and phone numbers)

Military information

Juvenile and adult criminal history (including arrests and probationary/parole periods)

Education history and goals

Substance abuse and mental health concerns

Where you plan to live after you are sentenced

Your personal information (address, phone number, etc.)
expandWhen do I need to report to my presentence investigator?
Please report to the Adult Probation Department in the Pinal County Superior Court House after your change of plea hearing. You will be providing demographic information including your contact information for your assigned presentence Probation Officer.

You will be given an information sheet with directions on when and who to call to schedule your interview.


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