Protecting Your Child’s Rights
When a child is charged with a crime, it affects the entire family. This is especially true in cases where a minor has been charged with a serious criminal offense, such as a sex crime, assault or even murder. Whether your child has committed a crime, been wrongfully accused of a criminal act or simply made a mistake, the guidance of a juvenile defense lawyer is imperative.
The attorney at Caffee Law Office can help you get through this difficult time. Laws regarding juveniles vary from state to state. We will help you understand your child’s legal options so that you can make the best decision to get through this difficult time and set them on a path to a better future.
Helping Young Offenders
You never want to see your child in trouble. We understand that this is an emotional time and that the process can be stressful. We will work to minimize your stress by answering your questions and providing thorough information. Whether they have been accused of shoplifting, have received a traffic ticket or have run into problems with drugs, we are here to help. We assist our juvenile clients and their families by:
- Negotiating with the prosecution to reduce the charges when possible
- Providing a personalized defense strategy tailored to your child’s needs
- Working with prosecutors to ensure that children are charged as minors, not adults
In some cases, by taking these steps, children face fewer penalties and are therefore able to move forward with their lives more quickly.
Not all attorneys are equipped to work with juvenile defendants. It takes a combination of compassion and knowledge of the law to see your child through the juvenile court system and work to achieve the best possible outcome.
Don’t Lose Hope; Call Us
Remember: A criminal charge against your child doesn’t have to negatively affect the rest of his or her life. If your child is in trouble, contact our Eau Clair based office via email submission form or by calling 715-318-2533. We are here for you and ready to help your child.