Juvenile delinquency is a term used to describe minors who become involved in crime. The court considers the child’s age, the seriousness of the crime, and any previous criminal record in determining corrective action. The court may remand the child to the state’s juvenile detention facility or order the child to live at home or with a relative under court supervision.
If your child is charged with a crime in the juvenile court system, it is in the child’s best interest and yours to retain a Bethel lawyer who practices juvenile delinquency law. Your lawyer can help defend your child and his or her actions to reach the best possible outcome.
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