Legal Advice for “Juvenile” — 138 results
Written by attorney William Bulmer, over 3 years ago.
Adolescent boys and girls are in a unique position when it comes to crime because they are normally seeking acceptance from their friends. Unlike adults, young teenagers are inclined to... more
Written by attorney Liza E. Burke, over 5 years ago.
Has Enough Time Passed? If a person was under the age of 15 when the sex offense occurred, the law allows for the person to petition the court two years following conviction if the person... more
Written by attorney Prosper Bellizia, over 5 years ago.
My Message to Parents When I take on a juvenile case, it is to defend, not coddle your child. The last lesson I want your child to learn is that, "Mom and Dad paid for a lawyer to get me... more
Written by attorney Melinda Morris, over 5 years ago.
Understand the process after a juvenile is arrested in Florida After a child is arrested for a juvenile offense under Florida law, the child will most likely go to the juvenile detention... more
Written by attorney Evelyn Ann Cox, over 5 years ago.
Juvenile Dependency Cases are Confidential in California - Who Participates? Juvenile Dependency cases are confidential to protect the minor’s right to privacy. There is never a jury,... more
Written by attorney Howard Bailey, over 5 years ago.
Keep the record simple The most important things to discuss with your lawyer are what the charges are, what the direct sentencing consequences can be, and whether the charges you are... more
Written by attorney Marcie Gardner, over 3 years ago.
Many defense attorneys assume that practicing in juvenile delinquency court must be the same as in adult criminal court.Such an assumption can do a disservice to the minor involved in the... more
Written by attorney Matthew Montes, over 3 years ago.
Despite popular belief, a juvenile's record is not automatically sealed upon turning the age of 18. This means that anyone of a "legitimate interest," such as potential employers, college... more
Written by attorney Thomas Esparza, over 3 years ago.
USCIS Seeks Public Comment on Proposal to Amend Special Immigrant Juvenile Regulations
Released Sept. 6, 2011
WASHINGTONU.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) is seeking public... more
Written by attorney Max Allen Keller, over 3 years ago.
In Minnesota, teen drivers have restrictions placed on them that adult drivers do not. Teen drivers also receive harsher penalties for violating the law than do drivers over the age of 18.... more