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Tariq T. was adjudicated a delinquent in the Circuit Court for Prince George’s County on September 24, 2012, and he pled involved to a count of theft of property with value less than $1,000. Tariq was placed on indefinite probation, with a number of conditions, including a requirement that he pay restitution in the amount of $1,250.00.

In January 2013, a reviewing judge revoked the restitution order against Tariq and imposed the obligation on his mother.

One year later, at another regular review hearing, the original judge re-instated it, stating that “everybody agreed to it,” and “the victim should not be out of her money.” Because the circuit court only returned Tariq to the status quo ante without imposing new responsibility on him, we hold that the court acted within its broad discretion and affirm.

Read the unreported opinion.