JUVENILE CRIMES ARREST IN SAN DIEGO?
As we know, when a juvenile between the ages of 10 and 17 is convicted of a crime in San Diego, the child’s future is in serious jeopardy. Unlike adults, juveniles are not entitled to a trial by jury, nor are they allowed to be released on bail.
The truth is, many children are not fully aware of the magnitude of their actions and don’t deserve tough sentences. Many children have learning disabilities and impulse control problems like A.D.HD. or A.D.D. and really just need medication and/or a good therapist.
The juvenile justice system in California, however, may become overly aggressive with your child and attempt to take them away until they turn 18 or sometimes much longer. It is not unusual for sentencing to include counseling, detention in a youth facility such as a boot camp, juvenile hall, or youth authority facility.
Because of these possibilities, as well as the special laws involved with juvenile offenses, having an expert juvenile defense attorney there to fight back and attempt to get the charges dropped or reduced is critical.
If you or a loved one are facing juvenile charges in San Diego, don’t waste ANY time…Superior Law Center can help you immediately. Call (844) 969-1394 for a FREE confidential consultation.
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We also offer little or no money down, and offer affordable payment plans to those who need help. At Superior Law Center, our experienced San Diego trial lawyer will use the best defense strategies possible to protect your innocence and your future! ALL of your rights will be protected immediately, and we will NOT stop until we have secured your freedom and gotten the BEST possible outcome for you or your loved ones.
Often times, we can stop police investigations before you EVER get charged with a crime. (If you have NOT been formally charged, read more about pre-file investigations.)