she should call her probation officer and arrange a date and time to turn herself in to juvenile detention.
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She should turn herself in to the probation officer and request court appointed counsel be provided. Hiring an attorney prior to this would be preferred but it sounds like that is not an option. Good luck.
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Turning herself in would show that she is learning to behave responsibly. Preferably, she should do this early in the day, on a Monday-Thursday, to maximize her chance of getting a prompt hearing before the judge on the issue of her continued detention.Ask a similar question