If your child has been accused of a crime and is convicted, the repercussions can be very serious. A juvenile charge may prevent him/her from gaining entrance into a school or securing an employment position in the future. Our attorneys have extensive experience handling juvenile charges. Senior partner, Robert C. Keller prosecuted many juvenile offenders during his years as an Assistant District Attorney in the Juvenile Division. Today, while utilizing the skills he acquired as a former prosecutor, he works to protect your child’s future.
The following are examples of common crimes charged against juveniles:
- Underage Drinking
- Shoplifting, Theft, Auto Theft
- Assault, Threats, Harassment
- Vandalism & Property Crimes
- Probation Violations
- Rape/Sexual Assault
Even if your child is a minor, there are circumstances where he/she may be charged as an adult.
If your child has been charged with a crime or you suspect that he/she may be charged with a crime, contact our office today for your free consultation.