Protect Your Children’s Future In Juvenile Cases
As a parent, it is our job to ensure the wellbeing and proper growth. Sometimes, this can be especially difficult when our children get into legal trouble. Whether they are facing a small misdemeanor or something more severe like a DUI or a felony, anything on their record can keep them from meeting their full potential later in life.
Here at Gagen, McCoy, McMahon, Koss, Markowitz & Fanucci, we know just how much a small charge can cost you in the long run, and we want to help you keep that from ever happening. We have more than 30 years of experience in representing families in need, and we are prepared to help you with that experience.
Common Threats In Juvenile Cases
There are many types of charges that a juvenile may face, ranging from common charges to extreme ones, such as:
- DUI charges
- Petty theft
- Drug charges
- Homicide or manslaughter
Some charges can come from kids being kids, simple actions that do not cause anyone harm, while other charges can see them behind bars for years to come. In addition to the upfront penalties from these charges, there are many consequences that do not come from a California courtroom.
With anything on a record, colleges may deny admittance to your child, banks may deny housing or car loans and job offers may never come. Our lawyers fight tooth and nail to keep this from happening. We exercise our fierce negotiation skills to have the charges dropped entirely. If this is not an option, then we will negotiate to have the charges reduced to something not as damaging to the child’s future. If push comes to shove, we are prepared to fight for your child in court with our aggressive litigation tactics.
Begin Defending Your Child’s Future Today
No matter what your child is facing, settling for less can cost them their future. We can build a custom-tailored strategy based on your personal needs to help you prepare your case.
Contact our office by calling our Danville office at 707-928-7144 or our St. Helena office at 925-605-0357 to schedule your initial consultation, or email us here. It is never too soon to get an attorney to help you build your case. Even if you suspect your child is going to be charged, contact us right away for thorough protection.