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Juvenile court handles criminal cases for people under 18, except those who are charged as adults. Juvenile court may prioritize rehabilitation over punishment.
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 not an automa
If you are interested in learning more, the St. Augustine criminal defense attorneys of Canan Law can review your records and determine whether they are eligible for sealing or expungement. In addition, we may be able to recommend ways to help you become eligible for this legal o...
This guide briefly describes the court process for a juvenile in Texas. Attorney James Sullivan is Board Certified in Juvenile Law and frequently defends clients in juvenile and criminal court in Harr
This guide briefly describes the differences between juvenile and criminal court in Texas. Attorney James Sullivan is Board Certified in Juvenile Law and frequently defends clients in juvenile and cri
This Guide is designed to help everyday citizens understand the best way to act in dealing with the Department of Children's Services. What to do when DCS shows up at your door First, know that the De
There are many opinions out there about the Death Penalty; those that are absolutely opposed to, those that are mostly in favor of, and many who fall somewhere in between. But, what about the next most severe punishment someone can receive as a criminal sentence life in prison w...
For most purposes, someone becomes an adult in Wisconsin at the age of 18. For purposes of being treated as a criminal, that same person becomes an adult at age 17 and in some cases as early as 10!
The same person can be both an adult a child in the same incident.
If you are a juvenile facing criminal charges, you need a quick overview of this rights. Consult this guide for some information on your rights. 1) You have the right to remain silent The Fifth Amend
This guide briefly describes what can happen to a child adjudicated in juvenile court. Attorney James Sullivan is Board Certified in Juvenile Law and frequently defends clients in juvenile and crimina
Summary Offenses. Pennsylvania has three basic classifications of convictions (summary offenses, misdemeanors, and felonies). A summary offense is any minor crime, initially heard and decided by a district justice. Many violations of the Motor Vehicle Code, such as speeding, ill...
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