Kane and DuPage County Juvenile Crimes Defense Lawyers
Our goal as juvenile crimes defense lawyers is to preserve your child's record so he or she can walk away from an encounter with the criminal justice system without it having a negative effect on his or her future.
While juvenile courts are supposed to focus on rehabilitation and not punishment, a criminal record can affect everything from which college your child can attend to what career choices he or she can pursue.
A first conviction on a drug charge can cause your child to be ineligible for government student aid, loans, and grants for one year. A criminal record can also limit your child's future career choices. If your child is convicted of a sex offense, your child can be forced to register as a sex offender long past the time he or she is a juvenile.
To preserve your child's freedom and future, you need a juvenile crimes defense lawyer who willing to fight for you. Juvenile defense lawyers Michael T. Norris and John W. Callahan have obtained dismissals and not guilty verdicts in dozens of juvenile offenses, including vandalism, theft, shoplifting, drug possession, trespassing, sex crime, DUI, assault, and murder. We handle cases in both juvenile and adult court.
We Win Cases Other Lawyers Send Their Clients To Jail On
Free case evaluation: Don't let anyone pressure your child into pleading guilty. Contact a juvenile crimes defense lawyer at the law offices of Michael T. Norris and John W. Callahan today.