What is court supervision?

Court Supervision is a finding of the court that allows a person to plead guilty to a traffic ticket or minor offense and not receive a conviction on their driving record or criminal record. It is a form of probation where the person must report to the judge and stay out of trouble for a specified period of time. When a person successfully completes court supervision, they will have to pay a fine, but they will not have a mark on their record.

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1. Will the Elmhurst Police Department provide extra patrols while I am away on vacation?
2. When should I call to report suspicious activity?
3. Will the Elmhurst Police Department take my fingerprints for a job application or professional license?
4. Can officers search vehicles and people on the street for no reason?
5. What is bond?
6. What is the difference between an ordinance violation and a criminal violation?
7. When do Miranda Rights apply?
8. What is court supervision?
9. What about solicitors who want money for the police department; are they legitimate?
10. Can I call the police on my cellular phone?
11. When and how can I participate in an Elmhurst Police Property Auction?
12. Should I call 9-1-1 if the situation is not an emergency?
13. How do I obtain a copy of a police report?