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Juvenile Crime Defense Lawyer in Dallas

Managing Charges & Protecting Futures

Juvenile criminal defense requires an experienced Dallas criminal defense attorney. At the Knight Law Office, we completely understand how emotionally charged a criminal case involving children or underage teens can be. Facing criminal charges can be very frightening for anyone let alone a child or teenager. The last thing you want is for one mistake to negatively impact your future or that of your child's. We are completely dedicated to criminal defense and have a passion for helping our clients get the best outcome possible in what may be the most difficult circumstances in their life.

Facing accusations? Call a Dallas juvenile defense attorney at (214) 682-0296 for a free consultation.

How the State Deals with These Differently

Juvenile crimes are treated quite differently than adult crimes. Many times, after a minor has been taken into custody by law enforcement, he or she is released back to his or her parents while formal charges are filed. Otherwise, they are taken to a juvenile detention center to await paperwork on official court proceedings.

Most juvenile courts prefer rehabilitation of juvenile offenders rather than formal punishment for misdemeanors or felonies. Nevertheless, minors can be given harsh punishments or tried as adults if the crime was severe. It is imperative that you have the help of an experienced Dallas defense lawyer who has familiarity with both sides of a case involving criminal charges.

Have you or a child been arrested in Dallas, Texas?

Common juvenile criminal acts include reckless driving, drunk driving or underage drinking, illegal drug possession, shoplifting or other theft crime, truancy, defacing or damaging property, etc. If the court decides against an official warning, deferred prosecution, community service and/or restitution for the crimes allegedly committed, your child could be facing custody in the Texas Youth Commission for serious crimes.

For example, if convicted of a second degree felony, a minor could spend up to 20 years in custody. Upon reaching adulthood, he or she might get transferred to state prison for the balance of the sentence time.

Don't let your child's entire future be compromised. Contact a Dallas juvenile crime attorney from the Knight Law Office immediately to see how he can help!

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