Juvenile Assault

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A juvenile could be charged with assault for a number of different violations. Threatening to harm a person, assaulting or injuring another person, or even making someone afraid could end up in the offender receiving an assault charge. Although something may start as roughhousing or good spirited, things can end with a juvenile receiving serious criminal charges. An assault charge can be very serious and may stay on ones’ record. If you have been involved in a case where juvenile assault is at play, you may want to enlist the help of a knowledgeable attorney.

RepresentYou is a State Bar of California-certified lawyer referral service that may be able to assist. Our panel member attorneys all have a minimum of 20 years experience practicing law, full malpractice insurance, and no record of disciplinary action from any bar association. If looking for a juvenile criminal defense attorney, you are going to want the best legal help you can find. With a seemingly endless sea of ads featuring random attorneys, how do you know who is actually best suited to handle your case? Under-qualified lawyers may promise you the world, overcharge you, then accomplish nothing towards your case. Experience could make all of the difference in the outcome of your case. If you are involved in a juvenile assault case, contact RepresentYou now and we may be able to help connect you to an experienced lawyer today.

Juvenile Criminal Defense Lawyer

Since assault is usually seen as a more serious offense, there are a variety of different ways a case can go. Punishment for a juvenile assault charge can include but is not limited to the following:

-probation

-community service

-anger management

-restitution or other fines

-youth programs

-juvenile detention

In juvenile assault cases, the prosecutor could file for a fitness motion. This means the judge will need to decide whether the violator is fit for normal juvenile due process, or if they will be charged as an adult. Being a minor charged as an adult could have increasingly more serious fines and penalties. A conviction for assault may have serious consequences even if there was no formal charge brought. Chances are, the average citizen does not fully understand the way juvenile assault litigation works, but an experienced attorney will. Attempting to go through a juvenile assault case alone could lead to a bad outcome. If you or a loved one have been charged with assault, contact RepresentYou now and we may be able to help connect you to a trial-tested juvenile criminal defense lawyer today.

Juvenile Assault
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