On July 7, 2011, Michael D., appellant, entered a plea of involved to the delinquent acts alleged in a juvenile delinquency petition filed in the Circuit Court for Prince George’s County. The juvenile court placed Michael on conditional probation, the terms of which, in pertinent part, required Michael to pay, within eighteen months, restitution in the amount of $1,608.67. On August 8, 2013, the circuit court determined that Michael had violated the terms of his probation by failing to pay the assessed restitution in a timely manner. Instead of revoking Michael’s probation, the court continued the case and ordered Michael to bring $250 to the next scheduled hearing.
Michael filed the instant appeal on August 8, 2013. In his timely filed appeal, Michael raises a single question for our consideration: Did the trial court err in finding Appellant in violation of the terms of his probation for failure to pay restitution?