Juveniles Charged With DUI / OVI And Criminal Offenses
Juveniles sometimes get involved in situations that land them in juvenile court. Despite good parenting and good schools, all kids make mistakes, and occasionally those mistakes are the kind that lead to charges being filed. The juveniles I represent are most often good kids that have made an isolated mistake. Being a good kid, however, is sometimes not enough to avoid serious consequences in juvenile court. Those consequences may include license suspensions, probation, community service, counseling, restitution, and incarceration. In addition to the disposition of the case in court, there are secondary consequences of a juvenile offense, including the possible impact on education, athletics, and future financial aid, as well as a mark on the juvenile record. For a juvenile charged with DUI/OVI or a criminal offense, a good criminal defense attorney can make a difference in the outcome of the case and its future impact. Clients Charged With Offenses In Juvenile Court
Often, juveniles are charged with:
• D.U.I. / O.V.I.
• Underage drinking
• Drug Offenses
• Theft & Fraud
• Domestic Violence & Assault
• Sex Crimes
Criminal Defense Lawyer With A Record Of Helping Juveniles
When The Boerst Law Office represents a juvenile, the you can rest assure that the attorney is an advocate, not a judge. The attorney’s objective is to ensure the juvenile is treated fairly in the juvenile court system and to achieve the best possible outcome for every client.
Why Hire The Boerst Law Office?
The Boerst Law Office offers aggressive and affordable juvenile defense. The Boerst Law office is compassionate and is always an advocate for their juvenile clients.