Stop posting details here on Avvo or anything else. Talk to your attorney if you have one or get one if you don't. Speak to your attorney and only your attorney.
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Yes, you should be concerned about maybe NOT going home? BEFORE you go you need to speak with and likely retain an attorney with experience with San Diego Juvenile courts. If you've already been convicted and are on Juvenile probation and have a new theft, you need to contact your prior attorney IMMEDIATELY before you go.
William Daley (619) 238-1905 / www.lawofficeofwilliamdaley.com
Your question is hard to answer because I'm not clear if the theft was after you were sentenced to probation or why you were sentenced to probation. If it was after, you have a possible probation violation and custody time possibly. Sorry - I just cannot understand your question as posted.
Yes. Ask your parents to hire you the best locally experienced criminal defense attorney they/you can afford BEFORE the probation interview. And stop confessing to crimes absent the advice of a quality lawyer.