Is Home Arrest an Option?

(Last Updated On: October 30, 2018)

Home Arrest

Second-time offenders may also be eligible for home arrest.

There are several requirements that must be satisfied before a person may be accepted into this program.

Begin working on satisfying those requirements well before the time of sentencing.

The probation department’s approval is necessary before the court will place someone in this type of program.

Also, the individual must not have any prior felony convictions.

The sentence will include 48 consecutive hours in jail, 13 days on work release and 45 days of home detention.

The person will be allowed to leave the home to work, attend school or attend treatment.

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