Juvenile Crimes Lawyer in Clearwater
Protect Your Child, Hire Our Criminal Defense Attorneys
Hearing your child has been involved in a juvenile crime can be a parent’s worst nightmare. While you may wish to direct all of your attention towards your child during this difficult time, the legalities of juvenile court can be demanding and require a fair amount of focus. To make the best of a bad situation, contact Bauer Crider Kenny & Parry and let our attorneys handle the legalities while you focus on your family.
At Bauer Crider Kenny & Parry we understand how the juvenile justice system works and we are dedicated to ensuring that your child still have access to a bright future.
The following characteristics make our firm stand out:
- Over 100 years of combined trial experience
- We handle cases in state, local, and federal court
- Our firm is focused solely on criminal defense – and we’re good at it!
- We guarantee honest and open communication
- All phone calls are returned within 24 hours, 7 days a week
- We offer financing options
Juvenile Crimes in Florida
If a minor, someone under the age of 18, is arrested, it is considered an act of delinquency and will be received in juvenile court. However, in some cases a minor may be tried as an adult in the legal justice system. Navigating the particulars is essential to building a solid defense for a juvenile crime, which is where our attorneys can help you.
We understand the juvenile justice system and can assess your particular situation, advising you as to the best course of action for your child. Our attorneys will evaluate the circumstances of the supposed crime in order to portray your child’s case in the best possible light.
Common Juvenile Charges Include:
- Underage drinking
- Drug possession
- Curfew violations
- Traffic violations
- Fake identification
- Sexual misconduct
Providing Criminal Defense for Minors
Whether charged as a minor or adult, the consequences for a juvenile crime can be severe and potentially life-altering if handled improperly. At Bauer Crider Kenny & Parry, we want to ensure that this mistake is realized for what it was, a mistake, and one that will not haunt your child for the rest of his or her life.
Possible Penalties for Juvenile Crime
Depending on the severity of the crime, juvenile charges in Florida may result in:
- House arrest
- Loss of driver’s license
- Drug screening
- Juvenile detention
Trust Our Experienced Legal Team to Protect Your Child’s Future
Our goal is to avoid a criminal record for your child, seeking alternative penalties such as counseling or therapy in order to better guide and correct errant behavior. Each case is unique, and at Bauer Crider Kenny & Parry we evaluate each situation honestly so that we can formulate a solid defense in order to protect the rights of your child.
Contact Bauer Crider Kenny & Parry today for a consultation.