If you enter a plea agreement or are found guilty by a jury, the judge will be sentencing you. Just before sentencing, the judge receives a special report from the Adult Probation Department, called a pre-sentence report.
The sentencing laws in Arizona are very tough. I will explain them to you in person. If the judge places you on probation, you will not go to prison (unless you screw up while on probation). Instead, you may be required to do a number of things, such as paying a monthly fee (separate from any restitution to victims and fines), community service, counseling programs, drug testing, and so on. Peoples who get probation may also have to serve some county jail time (up to one (1) year). There are different types of probation, depending upon how much supervision the judge thinks you need.
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