I would like to know the details of the rules that would be on the paper they have to sign when going on house arrest.
Rules are set by the Community Corrections program in any given county (in this case, Miami County). There may be specific requirements set forth in the judge's sentencing order as well, but normally a judge simply requires that a defendant comply with all requirements of the program. The defendant should be given a copy of any rules on or before the date he begins his sentence, but since individuals must be evaluated before sentencing, it is possible he could get a copy of the rules beforehand.
Generally, persons on house arrest are limited to being in or near their homes except for work, job interviews, court requirements (like community service, counseling, etc.), and family necessities. Usually any trips outside a person's residence must be pre-approved by staff.
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