Obtaining capable legal representation is critical when your child is facing juvenile charges in central Florida. Whether you are a minor (under the age of 18), or the parent of a teen who has been accused of a criminal offense, you must take action immediately. At Adams & Luka, our Clermont juvenile defense attorneys understand that no one wants to face harsh penalties or punishment that could negatively impact the rest of his or her life. It is critical to protect your legal rights and future by securing a criminal defense lawyer who is skilled and experienced in matters involving juveniles. We urge you to contact our office immediately, so that work can begin to protect your child's legal rights, freedom, and future.
Whether you are a minor who has been arrested for a criminal offense, or the parent of a juvenile, you may wonder whether it is worth it to work with a lawyer. In most cases, it is advantageous to work with a capable attorney who will represent your child's best interests, and try to protect him or her from a criminal conviction and the resulting penalties and/or administrative sanctions. While Florida claims to focus on rehabilitation rather than punishment, no one wants to put his or her future and reputation in jeopardy.
With more than 30 years of combined experience, our Clermont criminal defense firm is committed to the best possible results in cases involving juveniles. Our areas of focus include but are not limited to:
There are various legal options when it comes to crimes involving juveniles - diversion programs, a citation program, having a minor's juvenile record sealed or expunged - it is vital to do whatever is necessary to protect your freedom, reputation, and future. A criminal record can impact a juvenile's future in a negative manner in regards to employment opportunities, education, housing, and more. When a minor child is found guilty of a criminal offense or he/she violates requirements set forth under a juvenile diversion program, it can result in problems in the future. Teens are human, just like everyone else; as well all do, they make mistakes without considering the possible repercussions. Examples of punishment a minor may face for violating a diversion program or being convicted of a crime include fines, community service, probation, loss of driving privileges, counseling, confinement to house arrest, or even confinement in a juvenile detention center.
At Adams & Luka, our Clermont juvenile defense attorneys are experienced and skilled when it comes to crimes involving minors. We understand how the juvenile justice system works, and prefer than juveniles have the opportunity to rehabilitate rather than face harsh punishment. Depending on the offense a juvenile has allegedly committed and his/her mental capacity, a minor may be tried as an adult in some cases. It is imperative you choose a lawyer who will thoroughly investigate the charges, examine the evidence, and work to secure the best possible outcome so that your child can avoid harsh criminal penalties and focus on a productive, fulfilling future as an adult.Contact Adams & Luka Today
When a youthful offender's freedom and future is at stake, it is critical to hire an experienced criminal defense lawyer who will do everything possible to ensure positive results. Teens make regrettable mistakes, never realizing the consequences of their actions. We work to ensure your child has a positive, bright future ahead. Contact us for a free consultation now at (352)787-2101 or (407)872-0307.