Warren Juvenile Law Attorney
If you are like most people, you are more than willing to invest in your children when the chips are down. But you don’t have to break the bank to get expert legal advice pertaining to juvenile charges incurred by your underage son or daughter. All it takes is one mistake to derail a promising future. That’s why Hunt Law offers custom-tailored solutions that will give your kids a fighting chance at a new beginning when they have engaged in a little youthful indiscretion or worse.
Call trusted Warren, OH juvenile law attorney Adam Hunt for more information on our legal services. You can also use our online form to request your free consultation at Hunt Law.
We Know The Juvenile Law in Ohio
If your child is ever in trouble or being questioned by the police, will you know your rights and responsibilities? Statutes vary from state to state but our expert team of Ohio juvenile lawyers has the knowledge and experience to help you make sense of it all and to enable you to do the upstanding thing as a citizen while also looking out for your child’s long-term wellbeing.
Truth be told, more than likely, if your son or daughter is under the age of 18 when they are charged with an offense they would not be expected to appear in Criminal Court. You see, here in Trumbull County, Juvenile Court is responsible for hearing cases where minors are involved. Here’s the big difference: instead of treating these young folks like adults, who would be punished more severely for any illegal acts committed, juvenile courts seek to rehabilitate any minors who get into trouble so that they can go on to lead safe, productive lives.
Fortunately, you can count on our team to help you negotiate the best possible outcome, regardless of the situation. Since it is not unheard of for a minor who is “adjudicated” unruly or delinquent to serve some amount of time in a juvenile detention center, you’ll want to make sure you call the experts at Hunt Law to handle your case.
Potential Juvenile Penalties
There are a wide range of penalties a juvenile can face in the state of Ohio, depending on the type of offense he/she is charged with. These include (but are not limited to) the following:
- Community service
- Loss or suspension of driver’s license
- Confinement in a juvenile detention facility
- Mandatory substance abuse treatment/counseling
- Imprisonment (if charged as an adult)
- Probation/house Arrest
- Payment of restitution
- Payment of court costs
Obviously you will want the courts to go easy on your family. There are no guarantees, but by allowing us to represent you in all matters pertaining to Juvenile Law in Northeast Ohio, you will be doing all that you can to manifest that hoped for reality.
Don’t Delay, Call Hunt Law Today!
We believe that every child offender deserves a chance to start over. If you are in need of sound legal advice, plan to visit Hunt Law for help with all your Juvenile Law issues. You can contact us online or call our office at (330) 469-9836. We are conveniently located at 8345 East Market Street, Unit 3, Warren, OH 44484.