In Indiana, a conviction for a crime as a juvenile can be serious, and the consequences can be long-lasting. In addition to possible jail time, a juvenile felony conviction can require that the person convicted disclose such fact on employment applications. A conviction can even disqualify a person for many types of employment.
The Unfortunate Result of a Conviction is that the Consequences can Last Much Longer than the Punishment.
I am mindful of these consequences, and will work hard within the confines of the law and legal ethics to prevent a conviction from occurring.
If you’ve been charged with a serious crime as a juvenile in Indiana, you will want a lawyer who is completely devoted to your case. I and my firm are devoted to this task.
I do not presume that a criminal charge will result in the acceptance of a plea bargain with the prosecution. I start with the assumption that my client is innocent, and it is my job to work hard in seeking to preserve this innocence.
To Find Our More About This Firm’s Commitment to Representing Those Charged with Crimes as Juveniles, Please Call Me.
As an Indiana juvenile criminal attorney, I represent clients charged with crimes as juveniles in Hendricks and Putnam counties, including the towns of Avon, Plainfield, Brownsburg, and Danville.