Madison County Calendar

Wednesday, Apr 23
Commission Meeting Agenda (Click here) - 10am, 7th Floor Commission Chambers, Madison County Courthouse

Tuesday, Apr 29
Public Involvement Meeting at Monrovia Community Center-Jeff Road Additional Lanes

Wednesday, Apr 30
TRAM Public Hearing-Charles Stone Building, Room 122, 819 Cook Avenue

Thursday, May 1
Community Block Grant Public Meeting-Hazel Green High School Lunchroom

Wednesday, May 7
Commission Meeting - 10am, 7th Floor Commission Chambers, Madison County Courthouse

Tuesday, May 13
Amercian Red Cross Blood Drive- Westside Courthouse-10:30 am-2:30 pm

Wednesday, May 21
Commission Meeting - 10am, 7th Floor Commission Chambers, Madison County Courthouse

Monday, May 26
Memorial Day Holiday - All offices closed

Wednesday, Jun 4
Commission Meeting - 10am, 7th Floor Commission Chambers, Madison County Courthouse


Courts, Office of Alternative Sentencing 256-533-8940

email:melissa.stiles@alacourt.gov

Programs of the Pre-Trial Release/Work Release Department provide the courts of the 23rd Judicial Circuit with various alternative sanctions imposed in the disposition of cases in the Circuit and District Courts of Madison County. These programs provide alternatives to incarceration based upon the varying nature and severity of offenses, and the varying degrees of supervision and control required for offenders

Melissa Stiles, Director, 256-533-8940

Pre-Trial and Community Detention Services 256-533-8941
Steve Watford, Coordinator
Pre-Trial Release Program

Provides interview and evaluation of pretrial detainees making application for release from jail on personal recognizance or unsecured appearance bonds and provides for the monitoring of defendants granted pretrial release.

Jail Diversion Program

Provides an alternative placement for non-violent jail or prison bound defendants.

Requires weekly supervision contact with community supervision officers and the direct deposit of payroll earnings to pay court ordered costs, fines, and restitution.

Work Release Program (Alternative Incarceration)

Supervised Electronic Detention

Both Provide alternatives to “traditional incarceration” that permits defendants to maintain employment and other ties to the community, while requiring that they be incarcerated or electronically monitored when not at work.

Treatment-Intervention Services - Terry Colley 256-533-8942

Drug Court Programs

Court Referral Program

Provide treatment and other intervention services aimed at addressing the root causes of criminal and other behaviors that negatively affect individuals, families, and public safety. Programs provided intensive treatment and counseling as an alternative to incarceration for qualifying drug and alcohol offenders.

Probation and Court Services - April Hubert, Coordinator 256-533-8940

County Probation, Community Corrections
DUI and Drug Diversion

Provides both general, and case specific supervision of defendants whose sentences include a term of probation. Serving primarily the Madison County District Courts in misdemeanor cases, this office also provides probationary supervision in certain felony cases.
Determines placement for certain state prison inmates for community corrections participation.

Court Services: Driver Safety Program, Court Referral Education Program, Community Work Program

These programs require defendants to complete educational programs and community service work as a part of their sentence conditions.