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When your child is charged with a juvenile crime it can be extremely stressful and worrisome for you and your child. What types of penalties will they face? What does such a charge mean for their future? Miami Juvenile Crimes Attorney Armando Hernandez understands how difficult it can be to deal with these types of charges. He understands how vital it is to resolve these issues and protect your child.
If your child is facing charges, with contact our Miami juvenile crime lawyer to start discussing your options. Call for a free consultation today!
The following are different types of juvenile crimes that Miami Defense Attorney Hernandez takes on:
- Drug offenses
- Property crimes
- Traffic violations
- Curfew violations
- Weapons charges
- Sexual misconduct
- Gang-related activities
- Fake ID/false identification
- Underage drinking and driving
If the crime is serious enough, a juvenile offender can be tried in adult court. If the case is taken to adult court, Mr. Hernandez will provide the skilled and aggressive criminal defense necessary to defend your child and their rights.
What Factors Are Considered to Determine if a Juvenile Case Can Go to Court?
There are several factors that may be considered to determine if a juvenile case will go to court. Some of these include:
- The juvenile’s age
- The evidence in the case
- How severe the offense was
- The juvenile’s prior criminal record
- The juvenile’s social history
If your child is a first-time offender, they may qualify for a number of programs, such as teen court in which your child may get the charges dropped. Attorney Hernandez provides aggressive criminal defense counsel to first-time offenders and repeat juvenile offenders.
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