Juvenile delinquency can have severe and long-lasting effects on your child’s life and future. A juvenile criminal record can come up later in life when applying for college, jobs or housing. Courts recognize that children don’t always understand the consequences or repercussions of their actions, but still need to be held accountable through the justice system. Thus, the Code of Juvenile Justice was put in place. Under this code, juveniles, unless tried as an adult, are treated differently in the justice system
If your child has been accused of underage drinking, drug-related crimes, violent crimes or any other offense, it is important that you consult a Juvenile Defense Attorney. Naegle & Crider Criminal Defense Attorneys has extensive experience in Juvenile Defense and will make every effort to ensure your child is tried as a minor and that their rights and future are protected.
Charlie Naegle can help you understand the justice system and the options available to you and your child. He will investigate your case and will take an aggressive approach intended to achieve the best possible outcome for your child.
Criminal charges and facing the court can be intimidating and challenging for both children and their parents. Naegle & Crider Criminal Defense Attorneys has extensive experience and can discuss a range of defense options and solutions with you. Your child may be eligible for out-of-court resolution and there might be opportunities and defenses available that you’re not aware of. You can trust in the knowledge, dedication and years of success that Charlie Naegle has had defending his clients.
Contact your Juvenile Defense Attorney at Naegle & Crider Criminal Defense Attorneys today. 480-245-5550