Legal Advice for “Juvenile” — 239 results
Written by attorney Nicolaie Cocis, over 1 year ago.
In California, the police, just like a teacher, principal of a school or any other person, can talk to and question your child without you being present. However, a police officer must warn... more
Written by attorney Tab Lawhorn, over 1 year ago.
When a child is in trouble at school, parents often think that their child has all the same rights as a criminal defendant. They don’t. Often times, kids will have punishment and... more
Written by attorney Carina Castaneda, almost 3 years ago.
ADJUDICATION AND DISPOSITION OF JUVENILE CASES
California Welfare and Institution Code (WIC) Section 602 states any person who is under the age of 18 years when he or she violates any law... more
Written by attorney Jessica Mackner, about 3 years ago.
The importance of hiring a good juvenile attorney to advocate for the child's rights in light of the fact that a juvenile's record may follow her into adulthood.
Written by attorney Joseph Cella, about 2 years ago.
Special Immigrant Juvenile Status (SIJS) is granted for purposes of obtaining relief for children (anyone under age 21 and unmarried) from abuse, neglect and/or abandonment.... more
Written by attorney George Nickel, 3 months ago.
The Law Offices of Wiley Nickel, PLLC is Committed to BBB’s Standards for Trust This week, The Law Offices of Wiley Nickel, PLLC announced its recent accreditation by Better Business... more
Written by attorney Philip Jacques, 5 months ago.
Minor in Possession of Alcohol is a common offense for young people in Michigan. It has some surprising consequences, including license sanctions. However, for first time offenders, there... more
Written by attorney Caryn S. Fennell, 5 months ago.
"MIRANDA RIGHTS": (Miranda v. Arizona, 384 U.S. 436,(1966):
SUMMARY: What is commonly referred to as "Miranda" and referenced by phrases such as "miranda rights" or "miranda warnings,"... more
Written by attorney Lidia Alperovich, 7 months ago.
Pennsylvania Expungement law is one of the harshest in the Nation. Expungement is a civil law process through which some prior criminal offenses can be removed from your record. After your... more
Written by attorney Todd Palumbo, 9 months ago.
New Jersey shoplifting offenses are charged as disorderly persons offenses (misdemeanor) or indictable crimes (felony), The alleged value of the stolen items will determine the degree of... more