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Art. 826.  Conditions of release

A.  A condition of every type of bail authorized in Article 825, and the only condition for which a security on the bail bond may be subject to forfeiture, is that the released child appear at any place and upon any date to which the proceeding is transferred or continued.

B.  Every bail order shall also contain the condition that the released child not commit any further delinquent acts while at liberty on such bail bond or security deposit.

C.  The court may also impose as a condition of release:

(1)  That the child regularly attend school.

(2)  That the child voluntarily participate in a pretrial drug testing program which meets the requirements of Article 336 of the Code of Criminal Procedure.

(3)  Any other condition of release that is reasonably related to assuring the child's appearance before the court.

D.  A violation of any condition by the child or his parents, guardian, or legal custodian shall be considered as a constructive contempt of court.

Acts 1991, No. 235, §8, eff. Jan. 1, 1992; Acts 1995, No. 1158, §1.

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