Online AA meetings are typically not accepted by most courts. So when you get proof of attendance from a different website, you shouldn’t be surprised if the court or probation does not accept them. The reason for this is because online AA meetings don’t verify you are who you are and they trust that you are actually participating – they don’t actually validate anything.
12 Step Online is the ONLY website that actually validates acceptable court-ordered AA meeting proof of attendance. Our court ordered online AA meeting verification or proof of attendance is different than others offered online and accepted by most jurisdictions because we validate your state ID, we verify your attendance AND participation in the meetings, we verify with an e-signature your meeting attendance and offer contact info for the court/probation office should they have any questions.
12 Step Online is happy to provide court verification or proof of attendance of online AA meetings, but in order to do so, it requires time and cost from more than our volunteers can provide. We require software to build the sheets in a way that they can’t be modified, software to officially e-sign the documents and time to review logs and verify.
We will provide 1-6 months of court-ordered online AA meeting attendance verification or proof of attendance with verified e-signatures for a nominal fee under the following guidelines:
- We will only provide verification if you are actively participating in the meeting – we will not provide verification just for being logged in. Don’t worry – what you share specifically will remain anonymous and will NEVER be shared with anyone for any reason.
- You must contact us for verification within 24 hours of the meeting and include the date, meeting time, chairperson name and topic. There will be a designated form that you can submit each time.
- We will email you an updated AA meeting verification within 24 hours after receiving your email.
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