I pushed a girl down at school and they school pressed assault charges. I went from school to jdc I spent the night and went to court the next day and they kept me for 6 days and when I got out I had to do probation at my grandmas. I didn't care about the probation I just didn't wanna live at my grandmas and the judge wouldn't let me do probation at my moms because my grandma lied in court and said my mom was on herion which is not true. She lied because my dad told her to and he was in jail at this time and he will even say he was lying and had her lie. So when I got out of jail I stayed at my grandmas for about a week and I literally could not handle it anymore so I ran away.
Is there a warrant for your arrest for violating the terms of your probation? If the court ordered as one of the terms of your probation, that you live at your grandma's house and then you violate that term, the court could impose your original suspended sentence, whatever is left hanging over your head so to say. You need to hire an attorney or have a court appointed Attorney contact the court to try to have the warrant lifted and motion the court on your behalf and request your residence be changed.
You need to contact the attorney who represented you at the previous hearings. He/she can contact your probation officer and see if there is any way to resolve these issues without you having to sit in detention.
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You need to ,retain a criminal lawyer to represent you in this matter. You should always follow your probation conditions. If you want to change those conditions talk to your probationer officer and attorney before acting.
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