In juvenile court the judge has a lot of discretion. It seems likely that the judge will want to deal with all of your cases together. You should already have an attorney on the pending cases. I would anticipate that the judge will appoint the same one on the new charges, at least as long as he was appointed on the orginal cases instead of having been hired. Talk with that attorney immediately. Do not discuss the facts of what happened or what you have done with anybody other than your attorney.
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