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Address The Charges Properly The First Time
If your son or daughter has been charged with a juvenile criminal offense, it is normal to be worried. You want to make sure your child's future and his or her rights are protected. You need to address the charges properly the first time — in a thorough, decisive manner that yields a result you can live with.
If your child made a mistake, he or she can be empowered to learn from it if the sentence is not excessively punitive. If he or she has been falsely accused, it is essential to fight the charges aggressively. Either way, you need a lawyer who understands the critical differences between adult criminal law and juvenile law — and who can provide strong representation for your son or daughter.
Effective Trial Attorneys For Serious Juvenile Matters
At Eisenmenger, Robinson & Peters, P.A. in Brevard County, Florida, we handle juvenile cases on a regular basis. Our criminal trial attorney, Greg Eisenmenger, has been representing young people accused of crimes — and providing guidance to their families — for decades. We can help you if your case involves:
- Drug charges related to the possession or distribution of cocaine, prescription drugs, heroin or another controlled substance
- A sex crimes charge
- An assault or battery charge related to a fight or another incident
- A theft crime or shoplifting charges
- Robbery or burglary
- Driving under the influence ( DUI)
- Manslaughter or murder
One of the most concerning phenomena in the world of juvenile law is the trend toward treating (and trying) teenagers like adults. This can lead to problematic outcomes that affect education and employment opportunities in the future.
Talk to a Brevard County juvenile criminal defense attorney. Eisenmenger, Robinson & Peters, P.A. offers a free consultation regarding all defense matters. Contact us to get your questions answered.