Reply To: Georgia private probation companies expand sex offender industry


Yes, Chris is right, it is all about money, my son is on probation and has to go to group sessions, I have to pay for this since he can’t find work, the State of Georgia has gone too far, this so called counselor wants a polygraph every 6 months at $225, he had one, but I can no longer afford anymore, I got behind on his group session payments and she has threatened to kick him out if he misses any more payments. Something needs to be done to help these young men that deserve help, not all offenders are rapists or murderers, most of them deserve a second chance. I have since hired a lawyer, but I have my doubts that anything can be done.