Canton Juvenile Crimes Attorney
Cases of Juvenile Crimes in Canton & Marietta
The laws do not allow a juvenile the same rights as adults when facing criminal charges. Juveniles do not have the right to a public proceeding or a jury but they do have the right to face a hostile witness and receive a fair hearing from a judge. Most crimes committed by juveniles include theft, property damage, internet crimes, alcohol use, illegal drug activities, violent acts, gang-related activities, or sex crimes.
Get the Aggressive Representation You Deserve
It is important to have legal representation immediately following accusations of juvenile crimes. Parents or guardians need to contact a Canton criminal defense attorney for legal guidance and assistance immediately following a suspected juvenile criminal offense. A criminal conviction can affect a youth for the remainder of his or her life. Many careers such as law enforcement, armed forces, and other types of professions that require a clean criminal past and other qualifications may be unavailable to a youth convicted of juvenile crimes. Benjamin Bradley Reed has a vast amount of experience in the area of criminal law and defends many clients against juvenile crimes.
Juvenile Crimes Lawyer in Canton
Most juveniles commit crimes never considering that law enforcement might catch them, but if caught, juveniles can face the biggest battle of their young lives in the juvenile court system. Juveniles and their parents can benefit from the professional legal services of Brad Reed. He works closely with his clients and provides personal service to each case. He understands the seriousness of a juvenile criminal conviction and the effects it can have on the juvenile and his or her family members.
The firm represents juvenile criminal cases that can include issues as follows:
- Delinquency hearings – misdemeanors and felonies
- Truancy or unruly behavior in school
- Probation violations
A skilled Canton criminal defense attorney can offer an aggressive defense for juveniles charged with committing crimes. Parents and their children need an attorney they can trust during a difficult time and achieve the best result possible considering the circumstances of the juvenile offense. Parents need to know that they may lose custody of their child to the state youth authorities or the reform system following a conviction for the commission of a juvenile crime. Make an appointment today for a free consultation.
Contact a Canton juvenile crimes attorney for legal representation when faced with charges of committing juvenile crimes.
Serving North Georgia, including Cherokee County, Pickens County, Gilmer County, Forsyth County, and Cobb County.
Attorney Reed is an accomplished, successful, widely recognized defense attorney who genuinely cares about each of his clients. Watch our video to hear more about what makes him different.