What are the expectations of my child if they end up on probation?
If your child is granted probation by the Court, he/she will be expected to follow the Case Plan that is created with the juvenile probation officer. Juveniles on probation will be responsible for attending all scheduled appointments with the juvenile probation officer. Depending on each case, juveniles may also have to
(1) pay restitution
(2) complete community service
(3) attend drug and alcohol counseling
(4) submit to random urine screens
(5) attend family therapy
(6) complete mental health counseling
(7) maintain appropriate school behavior
(8) submit to electronic monitoring/house arrest.

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1. How is my child referred to the juvenile probation office?
2. Can a juvenile be fingerprinted or photographed?
3. Why was my child detained?
4. How do I contact or visit my child if he/she is detained or placed into emergency shelter care?
5. What happens after my child is detained?
6. What happens if my child has been arrested and criminally charged by the police but was not detained?
7. What happens at the intake interview?
8. Will my son/daughter be represented by legal counsel in Juvenile Court?
9. What are the expectations of my child if they end up on probation?
10. What are the collateral consequences of my child being Adjudicated Delinquent?
11. How does the juvenile expungement process occur after he/she has successfully completed probation?