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A juvenile crime is a crime that is committed by a minor who is under the age of 18 and is generally charged in juvenile court. There are, however, some cases where the juvenile will be charged as an adult in an adult court depending on the severity of the crime for which they are charged. In these cases, the juvenile court has no jurisdiction over the case. Various crimes that can be committed by a juvenile and tried in juvenile court may include assault, various property crimes and traffic tickets.

If you or your loved one has been charged with a juvenile crime then you could face serious penalties for conviction depending on the crime you are charged with and the court in which the crime will be tried. At Rosenstein Law Group we are skilled and highly experienced juvenile crime defense lawyers who will be able to aggressively defend you or your loved one against the accusations and charges brought against them.

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Aggressive Defense in Criminal Charges

We have skill and experience in handling criminal charges like shoplifting, underage DUI and many others. If you are facing shoplifting of merchandise valued at less than $1,000 charges as a juvenile then you could face class one misdemeanor charges which will incur serious penalties for conviction. In addition, you will incur a criminal record for life which will impair your future in various ways, you can be denied housing, employment and other benefits based on a criminal record.

If you are charged with the crime of using a fake ID then you could face very serious penalties for conviction. You are violating the law in regards to fake ID's if you misrepresent your age by the use of false identification card, knowingly provide false information to a law enforcement officer, and knowingly take the name, birth date or social security number of another person with the intent to obtain this person's identity. The penalties for this crime can include extensive fines, jail time and other penalties for conviction.

Juvenile Crime Lawyer Protecting Minors

At Rosenstein Law Group we offer skilled legal assistance for those who have been charged with a juvenile crime we will be able to answer your questions, discuss your available options, advise you of the best legal action for you to take and provide you with skillful and aggressive representation of your case that will maximize your chances of a favorable outcome of your case in court if you choose to work with us. We have the skill that you will need on your side in your case, we have successfully represented numerous individuals in the past and we will be able to put our experience to work for you. Do not hesitate to contact our firm today to discuss your charges and how we can help you.

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