First of all, he needs a public defender if he doesn't already have one. His attorney can ask for a major bail reduction or be bailed without money if it can be proved that he is not a flight risk. Perhaps his public attorney can have him tried as a juvenile
where he belongs.
I don't think that he should be tried as an adult. He has a clean record and that alone should qualify to remain a juvenile offender. He is not an adult and should be tried as a juvenile. If he is tried as an adult, than his sentence
can be much greater than if he is tried as a juvenile. As an adult, he could get a year in prison for each felony count. Of course, he will get credit for time served if he remains in jail until his trial
is over. Since he is being tried as an adult, the Court
should appoint a public defender for him.
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