I don't. Know a lawyer who would advise their client to become a fugitive. Your question about statute of limitations, that applies to how long the State has to bring charges against you
NOBODY on this site would ever recommend that you "run" from probation. This problem will not go away just because you turn 18. Contact the attorney who handled your original juvenile case. Running is the worst option.
San Diego Criminal Defense Attorney--19 years experience. Law Offices of Jay S. Finnecy
Although I am not a licensed attorney in Arizona, nor do I know the specifics of your situation, I can tell you, without a doubt, if you go on the run from juvenile probation, you're going to end up in a lot more trouble. No matter the circumstances, it's never a good idea to violate probation or go on the run. If you have specific questions, you should consult an attorney licensed in Arizona.
First, stop and breath. Then try to put it all in perspective. If you have not been violated, you cannot possibly know the consequences. Talk to your attorney about what you want. You always have options. That being said, you may be opting for consequences that you don't want by continuing the same actions. You need to decide if smoking pot
is worth running, jail, prison or losing other freedoms. There are many options in juvenile court but you have to be interested in outcome.
This answer is intended to only provide general information and does not establish an attorney- client relationship. The information is not guaranteed as sound legal advice since most questions are very limited in nature. You may wish to consult with an attorney regarding your specific case.