The Court of Appeal struck the probation condition requiring the minor to “[b]e of good conduct” as unconstitutionally vague and remanded the matter to the juvenile court. On remand, the Court directed the juvenile court to make an express declaration as to whether the minor’s wobbler offenses are felonies or misdemeanors, to calculate and record the minor’s maximum term of confinement, and to reconsider the calculation of the minor’s predisposition custody credits.