Denver Juvenile Lawyer

When it comes to juvenile cases, nothing is more worrisome to a parent than seeing their child get into legal trouble. Parents want the best for their kids, so helping them through this situation is critical. You need a compassionate, committed, local attorney to guide you through the legal process and aggressively defend the case. I want to help.

Call now for tenacious defense of juvenile cases at 303-725-0017
Payment plans and financing are available to qualified clients
Your first consultation is free

Most criminal defense attorneys concentrate their practice on adult cases and rarely practice in juvenile court. Because of this, they may lack the experience and knowledge to effectively represent children. Many of the rules and procedures are different. There is no right to a jury trial, and there is no right to bail. Do not hire an inexperienced juvenile defense lawyer. Your child’s freedom and future is at stake.

I have the skill and experience that you want on your child’s side. If you are a parent whose child is facing a delinquency case, it is very important to get an experienced attorney to help your child. Call my office now for a free consultation.

The State of Colorado realizes that children often make adult mistakes, but that they do not need to be punished in the same way as adults. One of the purposes of the Colorado criminal justice system is to provide early intervention for young offenders with the outcome being rehabilitation, not just punishment.

It is believed that minors have a greater chance of learning from their mistakes than adults do. For this reason, many of the legal consequences a young person faces are focused on getting mental health treatment, learning to obey rules and adding structure into their day-to-day lives.

The most serious juvenile cases include:

  • DUI
  • Drug crimes
  • Sex crimes
  • Gang activities
  • Theft
  • Violence
  • Vandalism
  • Violation of probation
  • Robbery
  • Burglary
  • Murder or manslaughter
  • Aggravated assault

Although juvenile cases are handled differently than those in the adult system, young people can also face major penalties. In some cases, minors are subjected to very adult conditions, such as:

  • Supervised probation
  • Community service
  • Restitution
  • Counseling
  • Lengthy sentences in detention facilities or stays in the Department of Youth Corrections

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Call my office as soon as you are aware that your child has been arrested or is a suspect in any type of criminal investigation. By consulting a lawyer quickly, you give your child the best opportunity of avoiding juvenile hall or imprisonment in a state institution. Moreover, the outcome of your child’s case can affect their life as an adult and the opportunities they are afforded. A criminal record may affect educational, financial and employment opportunities.

In juvenile cases, certain crimes have been shown to increase the likelihood that a youth will commit violent crimes later in life. Exposure to pornography and entertainment-style violence fosters an inaccurate perception of people. This may have the latent effect of influencing criminal behaviors.

Drug use has proven to be one of the most obvious and insidious causes of crime among youth in America. Young people may commit crimes out of desperation to get money to support their addictions. Theft, prostitution, weapon use, and gang involvement are firmly linked to the buying and selling of drugs.

No matter the circumstances that have led your son or daughter to the juvenile court system, seek the best chance at a bright future by calling my office. I have the resources to fight for your child’s rights.

Call now to speak with us at 303-725-0017
Payment plans and financing are available to qualified clients
Your first consultation is free

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