Protect Your Child From Lasting Consequences

If your child has been accused of a crime, it can be absolutely terrifying for you as a parent. Consequences like jail time or a permanent criminal record of a conviction can follow your child for years to come.

No matter what the charge is, your child deserves a strong defense from an experienced criminal defense team.

What Can You Do?

There are a few things you can do to prepare your child’s case for a favorable outcome:

  • Do not speak to the police, detectives, or investigators. That goes for yourself and your child. These individuals’ job is to investigate and ensure a conviction. Neither you nor your child should speak to them without an attorney present.
  • Preserve any evidence. There may be an opportunity to produce evidence that may be favorable to your child’s defense, such as text messages, photographs, or hospital records. You should ensure that anything that could be of use is preserved.
  • Get an attorney. This is the most important thing you can do for anyone who has been accused of a crime, including and especially for your child. An attorney will ensure that your child’s rights are protected throughout the law enforcement process.

Parents play an essential role in the defense of their children; however, it is important to realize that when charged with a crime they are part of a team and it is crucial to consult with a criminal defense attorney.

Let Us Defend Your Child’s Rights

Your child needs a strong advocate, but it does not have to be you. The best thing you can do for your child when they are charged with a crime is to be supportive. It is scary to be accused of a crime and more so as a minor.

We are prepared to be that strong advocate for your child. No two cases are alike and no two situations are alike. We work with you and your child to investigate the accusation and prepare a personalized strategy for your child specifically.

Restore Your Peace of Mind

Knowing you have someone to lean on and that you and your child are not in this alone provides peace of mind to a scary situation. To discuss your child’s case with an experienced criminal defense team, contact us today¬†for your free initial consultation.

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