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Although it is entirely up to the court what happens to this young lady, normally, since committing a crime is a violation of parole, she will be "violated" by the court and go back to jail or prison, where ever she was before and finish out that sentence. That said, if there is overcrowding in the jails or there is a real defense to the charges, she might avoid more than a few days jail time. Her attorney can tell her and her parents (if she consents) what they think the local judge will do.
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