Legal Advice for “Juvenile” — 141 results
Written by attorney Jeremy S Geigle, almost 5 years ago.
If your case, or your son or daughters case, has been processed in the juvenile system, whether it be by adjudication or diversion, make sure to apply to have the adjudication set aside and... more
Written by attorney James Sullivan, 11 months ago.
This guide briefly describes juvenile record sealing process in Texas. Attorney James Sullivan is Board Certified in Juvenile Law and frequently defends clients in juvenile and criminal... more
Written by attorney Lee Grochmal, about 1 year ago.
How to seal a juvenile sex offense conviction. Can juvenile sex offense be sealed? Yes, if you have spent enough time in the community with no new criminal behavior and paid all restitution... more
Written by attorney Carina Castaneda, about 1 year ago.
When your child is arrested, you feel overwhelmed and powerless. But you have rights. You have the right to be informed when your child has been taken into custody, to advise your child to... more
Written by attorney Alfonso Gambone, over 1 year ago.
While many of these young clients and their parents believe that the juvenile criminal system will adjudicate these matters, we frequently must advise them that a juvenile disposition is... more
Written by attorney John J. Fox, over 1 year ago.
Juvenile crimes in Texas are handled by the Juvenile Justice system which is different from the criminal justice system for adults. A juvenile is considered to be anyone between the ages of... more
Written by attorney Martin Weinberg, over 2 years ago.
I've had a number of juvenile and minor clients over the pass few years whose information was improperly released by law enforcement. We have been successful in getting settlements where... more
Written by attorney Carina Castaneda, over 2 years ago.
I have had parents call my office since they have read my articles about certificate of rehabilitation, governors pardon, expungement, early termination of probation and ways to erase... more
Written by attorney Jeremy S Geigle, almost 3 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 Michael W Modica, almost 3 years ago.
1. What kind of juvenile cases do you handle in Family Court?
Juveniles can be arrested for the same offenses as adults. I often represent juveniles for DUI and traffic related offenses,... more