Defending Juveniles in Possession of Alcohol
In the United States juveniles are considered those who are under the age of 18 and are defined as minors. In juvenile cases the terminology and the laws are different in how they are treated. If your teenage son or daughter has been charged with possession of alcohol it is imperative that you contact a juvenile crimes defense attorney in Los Angeles as quickly as possible. Penalties for possession of alcohol can be serious and can result in a one year suspension of your child’s driver’s license in addition to large fines and up to a year in jail . At Cron, Israels & Stark we are geared towards preventing your child from becoming entangled in the court system and work towards developing alternatives to the penalties dealt by the courts. With a strong and effective legal team working on your behalf, our office can help your son or daughter get a second chance and avoid further problems with the law. Call today and schedule a consultation to learn how we can help you.
Legal Counsel for Juvenile Crimes In Los Angeles
No matter what type of legal issue you and your child might be facing, at our firm we have extensive experience in helping our clients understand the complexities of the juvenile court system. We are committed in working with juvenile case officers, the police and judges to find the best solution for your situation. This could include attending counseling programs for drugs or alcohol that would help reduce the charges or sentencing you receive. With the charge of possession of alcohol, our legal team can explore the alternatives to avoid having your child’s license suspended. Since any criminal charge and conviction can have very negative long term effects on a young person, I would encourage you to contact our office as soon as possible so your child can receive the legal representation they need.
Has your son or daughter been charged with possession of alcohol? At Cron, Israels & Stark we can offer you the legal representation you need to effectively handle the charge.