The First Department, reversing Family Court in this juvenile delinquency proceeding, determined appellant’s mother was not advised of the rights appellant was giving up by admitting to the offense:
Family Court … adjudicated appellant a juvenile delinquent … upon his admission that he committed an act that, if committed by an adult, would constitute criminal facilitation in the fourth degree, and placed him on probation for a period of 12 months … .
As the presentment agency concedes, appellant’s admission was defective because the court’s allocution of appellant’s mother failed to advise her of the rights appellant was waiving as a result of his admission and the dispositional consequences of appellant’s admission (see Family Ct Act § 321.3). However, because appellant violated his probation, which was extended and remains in effect, we agree with the presentment agency that the petition should not be dismissed, and that the matter should be remanded for a new fact-finding determination on both petitions covered by the disposition … . Matter of Kwesi P., 2019 NY Slip Op 08359, First Dept 11-19-19