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    Arrested with 20 adderall XR pills in a public school during school hours I am a minor

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    re: Possession (in a public school)

    Originally posted by Megan2345 View Post
    Arrested with 20 adderall XR pills in a public school during school hours I am a minor
    Congratulations. You're a criminal.

    Did you have a question?

    Do you have an attorney? If not, then you NEED ONE. Have your parents hire one IMMEDIATELY. Do not discuss the facts of your case or answer any questions outside the presence of your attorney under any circumstances.
    "If it ain't in writing, it never happened."
    "A lack of planning on your part does not constitute an emergency on my part."
    "You can never make the same mistake twice, because the second time you make it, it's not a mistake, but a CHOICE."

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      re: Possession (in a public school)

      In addition to your expulsion, you will likely be going to jail. You need a lawyer ASAP.
      Due to a recent promotion, I should now be referred to as Major Obvious.

      I would not be trying to provide information and knowledge if I did not sympathize.

      Some days it is just not worth chewing through the restraints to face life.

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        Re: Possession (in a public school)

        If you are caught with Adderall XR pills in your possession without a prescription, in an amount greater than your prescription authorizes, the expiration date of the prescription has passed, or are caught attempting to sell your prescription, you will be subjected to state and federal misdemeanor.
        Anytime a minor is charged with a drug possession violation, that minor faces some potentially serious consequences. However, the juvenile justice process is very different than the criminal justice process. Even though the crime of drug possession is the same for juveniles and adults, the way the courts handle a juvenile case is very different. Juvenile courts have a much wider range of options when dealing with a minor offender than they would if the offender had been an adult.

        Drug counseling. Juvenile courts typically focus on rehabilitating young people. Because of this, a juvenile court can order the minor offender, as well as his or her parents, to attend drug counseling in hopes of rehabilitating the teen.

        Probation. Juveniles may also be placed on probation for drug possession. When a court orders probation, it orders the juvenile to comply with some specific terms. For example, the court will likely order the child to attend school regularly, maintain a job or find a job if the teen is old enough, participate in drug counseling or family counseling, perform community service, or a range of other requirements. The court may also order the minor to regularly report to a juvenile probation officer or court officer, though this is not always the case. Probation lasts typically at least six months, but longer terms are also possible.

        Diversion. Diversion, also known as pretrial diversion or informal probation, is also a common consequence for juvenile drug possession offenders. Just as with probation, a juvenile on diversion must comply with specific court rules. However, instead of the court ordering probation, the juvenile is allowed to comply with the diversion orders without having to formally go before the juvenile court. If the juvenile successfully completes the diversion program, the charges are essentially dismissed. However, not all jurisdictions allow for juvenile diversion programs and it is usually available for first-time offenders only.

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          Re: Possession (in a public school)

          Jeez, Lexus, don't you have anything better to do than revive 5 year old threads.

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          • #6
            Re: Possession (in a public school)

            Originally posted by adjusterjack View Post
            Jeez, Lexus, don't you have anything better to do than revive 5 year old threads.
            This has been the norm for him/her lately. Either he/she is off their meds or started doing some that they're not supposed to.

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            • #7
              Re: Possession (in a public school)

              In California, if the offense is sufficiently minor, the officers can leave you with a warning. Otherwise the officers can also decide to take the minor into custody. Then you will have to face a juvenile court or may be probation. There are many possibilities depending on your offense. If anyone needs help regarding their drug possession case, get in touch with our California drug crime attorney at https://www.barhomalaw.com/

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