Juvenile Criminal Violation
When a juvenile commits a crime, the criminal justice system subjects the juvenile to an entirely different process than applies to adults. Because an adjudication (the juvenile equivalent of a conviction) can follow a juvenile for the remainder of his or her life, special and extreme precautions must be taken. An adjudication can also have implications in the juvenile’s pursuit of dreams and desires in the future.
Because of the complexities and intricacies of the juvenile justice system, a juvenile charged with a crime can benefit from the help and advice of someone who knows and understands the system. As a former prosecutor, Casey has the experience and understanding that it takes to help juveniles and their families understand the juvenile justice system and how the decisions made today could factor into a child’s life further down the road.