Thank you for the additional information. If probation normally issues a receipt, in the normal course of business, it should be contained and note in their records. Since this happened close to 3 years ago, it is unlikely that you still have your receipt from that time. If you paid with a check or some other form outside of cash, you can try and obtain your bank records. If those do not exist, you would need the Judge to sign an order, when you go before him/her on the violation, asking that probation release their payment records of your account. You have every legal right to deny the allegation and make the State prove the violation but this is a case of you saying you paid and them saying you did not. The Judge can order and would likely demand they turn over the records for inspection, to support their allegation that you in fact do not pay. If this were to go to a final violation of probation
hearing, the Judge is going to require some evidence to show that the record indicates no payment was ever made. As such, your attorney or you will need to bring this issue before the Judge and ask that the payment history/records be turned over, regarding your supervision. Moreover, if your PO has changed since being placed on supervision, there is even more of a basis to challenge this, since the money could have been mishandled and the current PO does not have any first hand knowledge.
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