Legal Advice for “Juveniles” — 141 results
Written by attorney Roland Tiemann, over 5 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 Robert Miller, over 5 years ago. STAFF PICK
The Initial Detention Hearing After your child is arrested, his or her case goes through several phases. Initially, there will be a detention hearing. At the hearing will be a juvenile... more
Written by attorney Keith John Bruno, over 6 years ago. STAFF PICK
Arrest/Investigation The first step is the investigation of a crime and, if the facts warrant, an arrest. The target of the investigation should not participate in the investigation... more
Written by attorney Matthew Wallin, over 6 years ago. STAFF PICK
The right to seal your juvenile record is available in most juvenile cases, with certain exceptions. Laws vary from state to state so be sure to check with your local juvenile court for the... more
Written by attorney Gabrielle Tetreault, over 6 years ago. STAFF PICK
Purpose of Juvenile Dependency Court: The Juvenile Dependency Court is a branch of the Superior Court which hears cases involving neglected and/or abused children under eighteen years of... more
Written by attorney Richard Ackerman, almost 6 years ago. STAFF PICK
This guide is designed to help you cope with the issues which come up once a child has been taken from the home by CPS on allegations of general neglect, alleged sexual abuse, physical... more
Written by attorney Daniel P. Hilf, almost 3 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 Thomas D'Amore, over 3 years ago.
If a member of your family was accused of a crime as a minor, their future could be at risk if they are convicted. Read more to learn about the juvenile court and legal process.
If an... more
Written by attorney Jeremy S Geigle, over 4 years ago.
If your case, or your son or daughter's 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... more
Written by attorney Corey Ira Cohen, about 5 years ago.
Florida Juvenile Crime Attorney
There is a misconception that what someone does as a Juvenile does not count or effect them when they become an adult. This is not true. If your child... more