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Juvenile Offenses

A juvenile criminal offense, whether it is a felony or misdemeanor, is always serious because it can have lasting effects on a young person’s future. In the eyes of the Michigan courts, a juvenile is a person under the age of 17. When you were that age, were you capable of consistently making wise decisions? Probably not. In many cases, juvenile offenders are victims of their own naivety and don’t realize the consequences of their actions. This is why it’s vitally important for juvenile offenders to secure the help of an experienced defense attorney who knows how to successfully defend juveniles against a variety of criminal charges.   

Some juvenile offenses can be placed on the juvenile consent docket, whereby the accused has a chance to complete certain terms during a specified time period in order to avoid any criminal record and to have his or her fingerprints removed from the criminal database. While this is the best possible outcome for most juveniles, it’s not always easy to accomplish, which is why the accused need the help of a skilled attorney.

Common Juvenile Offenses

Although juveniles are not technically charged with “crimes” or labeled as criminals, penalties for juvenile offenses can be severe. Some felony criminal charges can result in juveniles being sentenced as adults, as some prosecutors try to push serious criminal cases out of juvenile court. 

If your child is facing a juvenile charge, contact The Law Offices of Solomon Radner as soon as possible.

Our experience juvenile attorneys will aggressively fight to keep a conviction off of his or her record and provide protection from a lifetime of criminal punishment and public embarrassment. Our attorneys will also protect your child against aggressive investigation tactics that police use to incriminate, rather than protect, accused juveniles. We will work hard to defend your child, so contact us today to schedule a free consultation.

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