You'll probably have to wait until your son is 19 or the court deems him emancipated.
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Not much you can do, until he turn 19. May want to see if he would go to the military?
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First of all, unless he has signed a waiver allowing his attorney to talk to you, the attorney is not allowed to speak with you.
Second, if he is still before the juvenile court, you can ask the judge (or rather ask the county attorney to ask the judge) if you can be heard on the issue of placement.
As a matter of last resort you can contact HHS and request that he be removed from your home because you cannot control him. However, this could result in a new juvenile court case, which, depending on the situation, could be a good thing or a bad thing for you.
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