Are there ever restrictions/obligations after a court hearing?
The court has the authority to place a juvenile on community supervision for up to one year for each offense. While under the supervision of the court, the juvenile is required to meet certain conditions, including (but not limited to) curfew, fines, community service, association restrictions, regular school attendance, counseling, and regular contact with the probation officer. If the juvenile violates any condition of community supervision, the parent (guardian) must immediately report the violation to the probation officer who may handle the violation informally, schedule the matter for court, or request a bench warrant. If found to have violated any condition of community supervision, the court may order the juvenile to serve up to 30 days in detention for each violation.

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1. Where is Juvenile Court (Remann Hall)?
2. What happens when a juvenile is arrested or cited for a criminal offense?
3. Do I have any financial responsibilities if my child is arrested or detained?
4. If my child was detained, are there court hearings?
5. Do I need legal representation?
6. When am I going to get to meet with my attorney to talk about my case and how can I find out which attorney is assigned to me?
7. What happens at arraignment?
8. Are there any legal negotiations or plea bargaining?
9. What are the chances I will be detained?
10. Are there common criminal court hearings?
11. Can anyone come to Juvenile Court hearings?
12. Does my parent have to come with me to court?
13. Are there any basic rules I need to follow when I come to court?
14. Do I have any obligations while my child waits for his/her court hearing?
15. Are there ever restrictions/obligations after a court hearing?
16. Can my child be detained for a long time?
17. How do I quash my warrant?
18. What do I do if I get a curfew violation?