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Criminal – Juvenile – Probation Violation – DJJ Commitment (access required)

A juvenile defendant convicted in JDR court of larceny of animals, an offense punishable as a felony if committed by an adult, and given probation, can be committed to the Department of Juvenile Justice upon violation of the conditions of his probation. Defendant violated the conditions of his probation by being suspended from school for disrespectful ...

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