Dallas Juvenile Criminal Defense Lawyer
Kids Make Mistakes—Our Attorneys Protect Them
It's not really childhood unless you've had the chance to make mistakes and learn from them. But when it comes to juvenile crime, those mistakes can follow a young person around long afterwards. A conviction, for example, doesn't always go away once you're old enough.
If your son or daughter was charged with a juvenile crime, it may be your first experience with the Texas Youth Commission. You may be confused about exactly what will happen next and how your family will find an experienced juvenile law lawyers who will do everything possible to protect your child's rights and future.
The criminal defense law firm of Crain Lewis Brogdon, LLP, in Dallas, Texas, provides knowledgeable, skillful representation for minors who are facing criminal charges in the juvenile system. Our juvenile law attorneys are experienced trial lawyers with experience defending juvenile crimes. We understand the system, and we know how the juvenile law judge is likely to view the case.
Our Reputation for Integrity is Your Child's Best Defense
What your family and your child need more than anything right now is an experienced advocate who understands that this isn't only about defending against a juvenile crime. This is about helping a young person protect a promising future. We will take the time to educate you about what to expect and how your decisions will affect the case.
Through it all, you will know that we are committed to being responsive to your family's needs and honestly care about helping your child get the best possible outcome for the charges. At Crain Lewis Brogdon, LLP, this isn't about representing a criminal. This is about protecting your child's rights.
There are many people who have the mistaken belief that a conviction for a juvenile crime will go away when your child reaches the age of twenty-one. It doesn't. In fact, any conviction (including a plea bargain) will remain on the permanent record and may be used as a basis for repeat offender status in the event of a future conviction. It pays to fight hard to protect your child's record and future.
Contact us today for a free consultation about your juvenile crime defense—call (214) 301-5007.