Legal Advice for Juvenile Probation — 15 results
Written by attorney Roland Tiemann, over 4 years ago. STAFF PICK
Police Contact with Juveniles The police do not have to have parental consent or permission to talk to a juvenile. A juvenile is supposed to invoke his rights to remain silent and to... more
Written by attorney Jeremy S Geigle, almost 2 years ago.
According to ARS 13-921, a defendant in Arizona may plead guilty and agree to probation if the following apply:
The defendant is under the age of 18 at the time of the offense.
Written by attorney Andrew Reiland, 8 months ago.
Indirect collateral consequences originating from a juvenile conviction can seriously affect a juvenile for the rest of his or her life. The following is a list of common collateral... more
Written by attorney Jeremy S Geigle, almost 4 years ago.
All juveniles, adults and juveniles charged as adults who are placed on lifetime probation can petition the court to have their lifetime probation terminated. Juveniles and juveniles... more
Written by attorney Daniel P. Hilf, almost 2 years ago.
Persons younger than 17 years old accused of delinquency often have their matter addressed by the juvenile Court system. Delinquency charges in most cases are not considered as criminal... more
Written by attorney Stephen Cobb, about 5 years ago.
Florida Jury Trials - You usually only get Six (6) Jurors Jury Trials are trials where six (6) to twelve (12) people are selected to render a verdict. Under Florida Criminal Law, you only... more
Written by attorney Jose Salayandia, about 1 year ago.
El Paso Texas Juvenile Certification
If your child has been arrested, you are likely worried about what can happen to him or her. This brief guide describes a proceeding that could happen... more
Written by attorney Kenneth Vercammen, over 2 years ago.
Juvenile Delinquency in New Jersey
Kenneth Vercammen's Law office represents individuals charged with juvenile and criminal offenses. We provide representation throughout New Jersey.... more
Written by attorney Daniel O'Neil, 3 months ago.
What your rights and responsibilities are at 17 in Texas, and how they are different if you are 16 years old Basics As a general matter you are a minor and can't enter into contracts since... more
Written by attorney Vincent Ross, over 2 years ago.
This is a brief guide to conducting a successful probation interview prior to sentencing. I call this the four R's: remorse, responsibility, recognition, and rehabilitation.