YOU can ask your juvenile court attorney to help you ask the court to terminate probation. Although if the court is continuing you on probation past 18 (and YES, the court can do that), I'm guessing your performance (compliance) on probation has not been good.
YOUR MOTHER should consult with an experienced criminal defense attorney in your area to help her defend the contributing to a minor charge.
San Diego Criminal Defense Attorney--19 years experience. Law Offices of Jay S. Finnecy
You have several issues here and need to consult with an attorney. That being said you should be coming off juvenile probation depending on the circumstances. Regarding charging your mother, if I represented her I would have real problems with such a delay in prosecution and there may be Due Process implications which would subject the prosecution to a motion to dismiss.
It has often been said that "the devil is in the detail." That would certainly appear to be the case in your situation. Before anyone can advise you they will need more details. That said, do not disclose any additional information on this or any other public site. Judges have considerable discretion when it comes to probation. You should get an attorney to review your situation. The same holds true for your mother.
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