Continuing Legal Education

Understanding technology, data, and circumstance around potential violations.

Total Court Services is a leader in providing attorneys and others in the legal profession as well as criminal justice with the training they need to understand the technology that is used in today’s monitoring programs. With so much information regarding a single violation or infraction that goes to a hearing, and so little time to prepare, being knowledgeable in the technology and how the data is derived and analyzed can save time, energy, and resources when it comes to determining the next steps regarding process.

Total Court Services covers topics such as:

  • What technologies exist for location monitoring and how they work
  • What technologies exist for alcohol monitoring and how they work
  • What makes alcohol monitoring technologies so different
  • What information do you need to prepare for a hearing
  • Reading and understanding data from different technology
  • What are common causes of the data that is presented

Upcoming Educational Seminars

Brown County, Indiana

July 14, 2021

A big thank you to our sponsor and host the Brown County Community Corrections Department.

This course details various methodologies used across the United States, specifically reviewing programs in Indiana, for monitoring pretrial, post-conviction, and alternative sentencing defendants.

The materials covered include but are not limited to the following;

  • The history an types of alcohol monitoring technologies that exist within the court ecosystem
  • The most common uses for each type of monitoring technology
  • The most common misconceptions about each type of technology
  • The scientific basis of each monitoring technology
  • How the technologies are supported in court and validated through study.
  • Other monitoring technologies will also be discussed

The course will also reserve time for a question and answer period.


Jason Tizedes, Vice President, Total Court Services

Jason has been in the alcohol and electronic monitoring industry for over 15 years and has been accredited in six states to provide continuing legal education. He has testified as an expert witness in dozens of hearings throughout the United States on the topics monitoring technologies and their validity.

Actual location will be determined two weeks before the seminar in order to take into account local restrictions and the number of attendees. Details will be emailed to all attendees after location determination is made.

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“My staff learned a lot. It’s hard to believe that there was that much technology out there that we didn’t already know about. This definitely gives us something to think about for our program.

Indiana Community Correction Director

About Us

What Makes Us Truly Different.

Total Court Services actively monitors more than 6,000 clients on a daily basis using several technologies and testing methods for compliance with court orders, pretrial/bond release, or for license reinstatement programs. Every day we strive to make our individual clients successful and help our court and agency partners maintain and exceed their high standards.

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