I can't understand why you would have a curfew from a court when you are the age of majority. I am going to change your tag to criminal law. I don't think that you can get an earlier court date.
Speak to the attorney assigned to your case. It sounds possible but you have to ask your advocate
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Getting a sooner court date is almost impossible. If legal aid was assigned to your case contact the attorney there and ask if they can contact the court to over up the date. I do not understand how a court can impose a curfew on an 18 year old.
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With the proper inquiry and advocate you can certainly advance the court date. It seems as if the court overstepped its jurisdiction in issuing a curfew. However, that may be a condition of your release, so it's important to find out if the condition can be amended or stricken.