In justice and law, house arrest is a measure by which a person is confined by
the authorities to a certain residence. Travel is usually restricted, if allowed at all.
House arrest is an alternative...
Home confinement/house arrest. The judge can ... Some minors are sent to a
juvenile facility for a few months and are then put on probation afterward.
House arrest involves being confined to your primary residence rather than going
to prison or juvenile detention. Seen as a more affordable alternative to ...
Apr 16, 2014 ... Home confinement or house arrest: The judge orders the minor to remain ... and
then be put on probation;; Secured juvenile facilities: For more ...
Put your child in juvenile hall (this is called “detention”). Your child can make at
least 2 phone calls within 1 hour of being arrested. One call must be to a parent, ...
What is Home Supervision (HS)? Home Supervision is the least restrictive
response to a probation violation and not considered secure custody time. The
May 8, 2014 ... A GPS ankle monitor strapped to 17-year-old Elisa Morris-Jackson relays her
exact location to juvenile probation officers. - Youth Radio.
Someone put on an electronic house arrest most often has an electronic sensor
... No juvenile on house arrest can have visitors who are not approved by the ...
House arrest is an alternative to placement in detention. The Court ...
Probationers will be on house arrest during the first two weeks of probation (three
Home confinement or house arrest—with and without electronic monitoring (or ...
offenders in a home detention electronic monitoring program wear a tamper- ...