Ancillary Conditions of Bond

The following are some of the customary Ancillary Conditions of Bond that a Judge in Texas Courts can place on any persons pending a criminal case to abide by:
I suggest that you stay clean, sober and out of trouble or the Judge will keep you that way in the jail. Pay special attention to the requirement of Urinalysis testing, you could be tested on your first Court appearance!

Conditions of bond are hereby Ordered to apply to the bond posted by the Defendant in the above-referenced case. The Defendant shall:

(1) Abstain from the use of alcohol or controlled substances, unless prescribed by a physician;

(2) Submit to the Department of Community Supervision And Corrections immediately following release from custody and submit to medical, chemical or other test or examination for the purpose of determining whether or not you are using or under the influence of alcohol, narcotic drugs or any controlled substance or marijuana. The Defendant will continue to submit to continued random testing at his/her own expense at such time said testing may be requested by the Department of Community Supervision And Corrections. Any detection of alcohol or controlled substances will be a violation of the Defendants conditions of bond;

(3) Report monthly to the supervision officer as directed by the judge or supervision officer and pay a monthly supervision fee to the Department of Community Supervision And Corrections;

(4) Commit no offense against the laws of this State or of any other State or of the United States;

(5) Avoid injurious or vicious habits, and persons or places of disreputable or harmful character;

(6) Work faithfully at suitable employment and support his/her dependents;

(7) Participate in alcohol/drug abuse evaluation and counseling

(8) Remain within the residents County, unless otherwise permitted by the court or supervision officer;

(9) Observe a home curfew as follows: Remain in his/her residence between the hours of 10 :00 p.m. and 6:00 a.m., subject to random telephone calls to insure compliance;

(10) Notify the Department of Community Supervision And Corrections of any change of address, employment and/or telephone;

(11) Install a motor vehicle ignition interlock. Defendant shall comply with all terms of the installation order;

(12) Not communicate directly or indirectly with the victim or any member of the victims family or household;

(13) Not go to or within 100 yards of the residence, place of employment, or business, or child-care facility or school of the victim or any member of the  victims family or household;

(14) Not engage in conduct directed toward the victim or any member of the victims family or household, including following the person, that is reasonably likely to harass, annoy, alarm, abuse, torment or embarrass;

(15) Not possess a firearm, unless you are a full-time paid peace officer;

(16) Not maintain an active social networking page/website;

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