I was placed on probation through the Juvenile Court, what can I expect?

Youth assigned to Juvenile Community Supervision have access to and are often referred to a wide variety of no-cost programs and services aimed at youth appropriate, targeted interventions that provide positive reinforcements to limit and/or eliminate contact with the justice system altogether. Deputy Probation Officers are also trained to recognize and identify signs of trauma and sex-exploitation, and to connect youth to appropriate levels of service, by need.

Furthermore, as required by statue, Deputy Probation Officers are an extension of the court and thus monitor compliance with court-ordered probation conditions, by working with the youth in a variety of supports and roles, such as, counselor, advocate, mentor and/or life coach.

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1. What should I do if I get cited/arrested by the Police?
2. What happens if my case is sent to court?
3. I was placed on probation through the Juvenile Court, what can I expect?
4. How do I seal my records?
5. How do I apply for stepparent adoption?