What are the curfew laws for the City of Taylor?
- Under 12 years of age: 10 p.m. - 6 a.m.
- Under 16 years of age: Midnight - 6 a.m.
- Minors are not allowed on public streets or in public places such as parks during curfew hours
- Exemptions include: 1) when the minor is accompanied by a parent or other family member who is at least 18 years of age; 2) when coming home from a school, church, or civic function attended with parental permission (must be prepared to prove); 3) in the course of employment.
- The minor can be petitioned to juvenile court for violating curfew.

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2. What is the procedure for posting bail?
3. What are the hours of operation of the Taylor Police Jail?
4. When and where will a person who has been arrested go to court?
5. Is there visitation at the Taylor Police Jail?
6. Are prisoners cared for?
7. Will a defendant serve his/her sentence in Taylor?
8. Where will an arrestee be sent after he/she goes to court?
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