Juvenile Drug Offense
If a person under the age of 18 commits a drug offense, the matter will be handled in the juvenile justice system. The process that occurs in a juvenile court is much different from that which happens in a normal court should an adult have committed the same crime. Because of the way the juvenile justice system was set up, there are many different outcomes a case could take. For instance, a juvenile drug offender could pay fines, be put on probation, take classes or other programs, or even face time in juvenile hall. Due to the fact that juvenile drug offense cases can get complex and take a variety of different outcomes, you may want to enlist the help of a knowledgeable attorney. Where is one to look when in need of a competent juvenile criminal defense attorney?
RepresentYou is a State Bar of California-certified lawyer referral service. Our panel member of attorneys all have a minimum of 20 years experience, and no record of disciplinary action from any bar association. Attempting to find a random attorney through the phone book could be a risky venture. Not knowing the credentials of your lawyer could cost you the case. A random attorney could promise you the world, overcharge you, and accomplish nothing for your case. Do not let this happen to you. Contact RepresentYou now and we may be able to help connect you to the trial-tested juvenile criminal defense attorney you need.
Juvenile Criminal Defense Attorney
There are a great deal of chemicals, controlled substances, and drugs that are classified as controlled substances and regulated by federal and state laws. If a juvenile is found in possession of one of these controlled substances, they can be charged with possession. The penalties for possessing a controlled substance or drug paraphernalia have a broad range depending on how much is on your person, if they classify you with intent to sell, what type of illegal substance you have, and many more factors. A typical punishment for drug possession by a minor could be anything from probation and drug counseling to mandatory detention time. This is why it is important to speak with an knowledgeable private attorney to ensure your rights are not being violated.
RepresentYou, a lawyer referral and information service, is certified by the State Bar of California. Being certified by the state bar means we operate under strict rules and regulations set by the bar to ensure fair and proper legal help and information be available to those who need it. In addition to these rules, our panel member attorneys are held to extremely high standards to ensure we offer impeccable legal help. All of our attorneys have a minimum of 2 decades of experience practicing law meaning you can be assured you are getting trial-tested experience. If you are involved in a juvenile drug case, contact RepresentYou now and we may be able to help connect you to a knowledgeable juvenile criminal defense attorney today.