Defend Your Child With A Strong Jacksonville Juvenile Defense Lawyer
Kids make mistakes, and that’s part of life, but don’t let this one cost them their future. Juvenile crimes can come with consequences that deny your child certain opportunities in life, like going to their dream college. If your child is facing juvenile crime charges, they deserve an attorney who can fight to protect their best interests.
When your child is facing criminal charges, you may feel anger and confusion. This is natural. We at Finnell, McGuinness, Nezami & Andux P.A. will work tirelessly to defend your child. We help juvenile offenders pursue fresh starts to give them second chances after their mistakes.
Effective Legal Representation To Defend Their Rights
The criminal defense lawyers of Finnell, McGuinness, Nezami & Andux P.A. are dedicated, experienced trial lawyers, with over 100 combined years of experience defending clients facing criminal charges. We are extremely familiar with the needs of our juvenile clients, and we develop creative solutions to minimize the consequences of their actions.
The criminal defense lawyers at Finnell, McGuinness, Nezami & Andux P.A. have handled thousands of difficult criminal cases. To have that kind of track record, we’ve learned to put our clients first and to treat every case as if it were our only case. It’s your child’s future on the line. Entrust it to experienced defense attorneys who work and live right here in your community.
We’ll be with you every step of the way. Let us help you with cases involving:
- Driving under the influence (DUI)
- Drug offenses
- Firearm offenses
- Juvenile delinquency
- Sex offenses
- Burglary and property crimes
- Domestic violence
- Criminal record sealing and expungement
- White collar crime and fraud charges
We fight so hard against these and any other charges that your child may be facing because we know the consequences of convictions.
What Legal Punishments Could Juveniles Face In Florida?
The severity of the charge often determines the type of punishment they receive. Common consequences that a juvenile may face include probation, house arrest, commitment to a Juvenile Detention Facility, or, if charged as an adult, time in prison. It is our goal to minimize or eliminate the consequences of your child’s juvenile charges.
Will Someone Charged With Underage Drinking Automatically Lose Their License?
A law enforcement officer will suspend the driving privilege of a Minor who has a blood-alcohol or breath-alcohol level of 0.02 or higher for a period of six months for the first offense. If the charges are not the first offense, the suspension could last up to one year.
Law enforcement will also suspend the license of a Minor who has refused to submit to a breath or blood test for a period of 1 year for a first refusal or for a period of 18 months if his or her driving privilege has been suspended for a prior refusal.
The Defense Your Child Deserves
In our opinion, being local is important when it comes to the firm you trust with your child’s defense. Strong relationships throughout our local community are essential to obtain the best possible outcome. If you are ready to meet with a local legal team you can trust to defend your child from their juvenile crimes charges, call Finnell, McGuinness, Nezami & Andux at 904-717-7747 or email us here for a private consultation.