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If you are a victim requiring restitution, please contact your victim advocate to find out which out-of-pocket expenses you can recoup and what documentation will be required.
You may submit your documents in whichever way is most convenient for you. Either drop it in the mail (325 E Washington St Ste 550 Athens GA 30601) or stop by our office in the downtown Athens courthouse. You may also email your victim advocate and/or the office administrative assistant, or fax to 706-613-3229.
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The Athens-Clarke County Solicitor-General’s office, located in the downtown Athens-Clarke County courthouse at 325 E Washington St, Suite 550 (5th floor), is open Monday - Friday 8:00am - 5:00pm. You can also contact our office by calling 706-613-3215. If you are not sure who you need to speak with when calling, it is helpful to have as much information pertaining to your case as possible (ie: name of person charged/offense date, police case report number (CRN #), a court docket number, etc.) so that we may connect you without taking up too much of your time. You may also use our staff directory for a list of staff and their email addresses.
If you are experiencing an emergency, we urge you to call 911 as soon as possible. Violations of bond conditions / order can be reported to your local police. You may also contact our office with any questions or concerns. Your victim advocate and/or the prosecutor handling your case will assist you.
VINE (Victim Information Notification Everyday) helps keep communities safe and informed by providing crime victims access to information about offenders’ custody status and notifying them about any changes in that status. You may register online: Athens-Clarke County VINELink and by phone :Athens-Clarke County VINE service: 1-800-467-4975.As always, please do not hesitate to reach out to our office for assistance.
Please contact our office to speak with your victim advocate/the prosecutor who is handling your case for information regarding the modification of special conditions of bond.
If you have evidence pertaining to your case, please contact your victim advocate and/or the prosecutor. They will discuss with you what it is you have and coordinate how to retrieve the evidence for your case.