The arrest of your child is one of the most emotional events one will experience.
While juveniles are not housed with adults, they are taken to a jail and housed with others under the age of 18. The juvenile and adult criminal process are drastically different. Adults are generally given a bond after an arrest whereas a juvenile’s release is based on a point system calculating numerous factors. If your child scores 12 points or higher there is a presumption that he/she will be detained in secure detention (jail).
Do not be mistaken. Juvenile cases are serious. The outcomes can have a lasting effect. The sentencing exposure for a child can range from simple probation to a high-risk commitment facility. No matter what your child is accused of or crime they actually committed, we will fight to ensure they are treated fairly and their future is protected.
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When charged with a felony offense, you need an excellent attorney who will give you excellent legal advice. Our aggressive and experienced lawyers will fight to ensure you are treated fairly and your civil rights are protected.
If you have any questions or need help or information about felony charges, criminal justice, or legal matters, don’t hesitate to contact our law office to schedule a consultation. We will make every attempt to meet with you within 24 hours.