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1 In this situation the judge has many different options These options include probation placement in a group home being sent to a juvenile detention center restitution being fined or doing community service Probation is when a judge sets conditions for a juvenile delinquent that cannot be violated and if they are the juveniles will be sent to a juvenile detention facility until he is 18 Being placed in a group home means the juvenile will be removed from his home and put into a home where there are people he must answer to and obey who work for the state Being sent to a juvenile detention center is just like being sent to prison only its for juvenile criminals Paying restitution is paying for damages caused to the victims or the victims family depending on the crime Paying a fine is something that is paid to the state Paying restitution and paying a fine are often confused Restitution goes to the victims or theyre family a fine goes to the government Last is community service this is when a juvenile works off his crime in an amount of hours determined by a judge Some of these punishments can be combined to create a suitable sentence 2 In this case a 15-year-old boy was found guilty of burglary He has broken probation and is now considered a status offender Probation has not seemed to work due to the fact that he has committed another crime breaking and entering He now becomes a threat to the community so I would not choose community service Placement in a group home would still leave him to be a threat to the community His crimes have elevated so to stop him from committing further crimes I would send him to a juvenile correction facility until he is 18 I think this would be in the criminals best interest In the facility there will be people to help control and
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