I have a friend who recently gotten out if YCC a few months ago (juvenile Hall). He gotten probation for 8 months. Well the thing is, he messed up and smoked marijuana for some stupid reason. The school caught him and tried contacting his probation officer, but his probation officer is out for a week and he doesn't know if he's gonna get sent back.
Juvenile cases and sentencing are way too complex for anyone on this website to answer your question. The judge will likely consider all kinds of things about your friend and his history and family and his conduct and his particular circumstances when deciding whether he gets "sent back." But, being on probation is a privilege. You are being given a break and allowed to trade a sentence of detention for a longer period of being of good behavior. If you mess up on probation, the message you send to the judge is that you would rather do the punishment the hard way than be of good behavior. Eventually a judge will begin to agree and will just have you do it the hard way. Juvenile court judges always want to accomplish something good for the juvenile, so sometimes the first penalty for violating probation is a taste of detention again, to make sure you are getting the message and have an opportunity to show you can follow the rules. Other times, the judge will conclude that there is not much anyone else can do to help a juvenile make the right decisions, and will just impose the whole sentence, or send the juvenile back to detention or to the custody of the state.
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