You and your parents should hire a criminal defense attorney to represent you in juvenile court ASAP. You now have 2 legal issue,s the first offense and now the newest citation. Seek competent legal advice from an attorney that practices in juvenile court.
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Aaron M. Lukoff
Attorney at Law
Criminal & Civil Traffic Defense
Law Offices of Aaron M. Lukoff & Associates, PLLC
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A 4.0 won't do you a whole lot of good if you can't get college scholarships or a job because of Theft convictions. You are not doing well in the following the law aspect of life and that is ultimately what the juvenile court is going to care about. Get an attorney and any counseling that you think you need before you dig a deeper hole.
If your most recent shoplifting charge becomes a conviction that will be considered a violation of your deferred sentencing agreement.
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