Felonies and Misdemeanors
All juvenile criminal charges are serious and need to be handled delicately. While the range of punishments for felonies can be more severe than misdemeanors, the goal of a skilled juvenile criminal defense lawyer is to avoid jail time and reduce fines, permanent employment difficulties, and other consequences.
Whether your child has been charged with a felony or misdemeanor, attorney Cameron B. Pedro understands that any juvenile conviction can be life-changing. That is why he has dedicated himself to diligently and zealously defending every client, to obtain the best result in your child’s case and their future.
Defender of Your Child’s Rights
As your child’s legal counsel, an experienced juvenile criminal defense attorney will analyze the law and facts of the case to determine any weaknesses. As a juvenile defendant, your child has Constitutional rights. Violations of those rights by law enforcement may be leveraged to minimize, mitigate, or defeat some or all of the charges against your child.
Preparing a juvenile defense also requires looking over the details, including physical evidence and witness accounts of events, to determine if any gaps, errors, or omissions may be exculpatory. It also requires a look into the juvenile’s background and character. Undertaking an in-depth analysis of the evidence and character requires the resources and experience of a dedicated juvenile defense lawyer.
If your child has been charged with a crime, contact juvenile defense lawyer Cameron B. Pedro now to schedule your free initial consultation.