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Home » S.O. 310
Curfew Conditions of Home Detention and Probation 1/4/99
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA
IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO
UNIFIED FAMILY COURT, JUVENILE STANDING ORDER NO. 310
CURFEW CONDITIONS OF HOME DETENTION AND PROBATION
IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that curfews imposed by the Court as conditions of home detention or probation do not apply when a minor is involved in approved, supervised activities, including but not limited to:
1) Educational activities (classes, field trips, etc.);
2) Practices, games and matches for organized school and recreational sports;
3) Religious services or programs;
4) Counseling programs;
5) Community-based programs and supervised activities;
6) Employment-related activities; and
7) Activities where minor is accompanied by a parent, guardian or other responsible relative.
Accordingly, prior court approval is not required so long as the probation officer and the minor's parent(s) or guardian(s) have consulted and agreed upon the minor's participation in the aforementioned activities.
DONNA J. HITCHENS
Supervising Judge of the Unified Family Court