The following rules are designed to help keep you out of trouble now and in the future. These rules can not be changed without the written authorization of your Probation Officer.
Obey all laws and Court Orders
Do not use or possess alcohol, illegal drugs or drug paraphernalia.
Do not possess or use guns, ammunition, knives, and/or other weapons.
Get permission from your parents/guardian before leaving home and make sure they know where you are at all times.
Attend school and classes on time every day, unless you have an excused absence. You are expected to make passing grades. If you are having trouble with a class, talk to your teacher and Probation Officer. Ask for help and participate in any tutoring classes offered by your school or other resources arranged by your Probation Officer.
You are required to obey school rules and report any suspensions to your Probation Officer immediately.
If you have been legally excused from school, you must work full-time or attend an alternative education program.
If you are unemployed, you must provide proof of five (5) job applications per month.
You must notify your Probation Officer of any change of address or telephone number immediately.
You must take urine screens as directed by your Probation Officer.
You must keep all scheduled appointments as directed by your Probation Officer.
You must report all arrests, citations and traffic tickets to your Probation Officer immediately.
You are not to leave Davidson County without prior permission from your Probation Officer.
You must be at home between the hours of 8p.m. and 6:00 a.m., Sunday through Thursday. You must be at home between the hours of 8p.m. and 6:00 a.m., Friday and Saturday.
You are not to associate with anyone who is violating the law.
You are not to associate with the following people:
You are not to be at the following places:
You must make your restitution payments on time.
You must perform community service work as directed by your Probation Officer.
Additional Rules and Conditions:
Probationers: I understand these rules of probation and any Probation Officer of this court may search my property, my room, my vehicle or me at anytime. I also understand that any violation of these rules can result in my arrest and the filing of a petition with the Court to revoke my probation.
Parents: I understand these rules and agree to report violations to the Probation Officer immediately. I further understand that failure to report violations can result in my being charged with contempt of court.