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Answer by mary211 at 5:35 PM on Apr. 1, 2009
I understand your frustration, my step brother is terrible and his probation officer keeps letting him get away with everything! Seeing what my dad and step mom went through with him I agree the kids really do have the rights, they called his PO all the time and were told that until he is 21 if he is still enrolled in school even though he never attended they are responsible for him. They cannot lock him in the house or out of it! They finally kicked him out at 18 because it was bad enough they were willing to take the risk of CPS charging them with neglect.
I would call probation if he has an easy officer ask if his case can be transferred.
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