Juvenile Crimes

WE HAVE NEARLY TWO DECADES OF SPECIALIZED JUVENILE DEFENSE EXPERIENCE.

 

When   minors   and   teens   are   accused   of   crimes   their   cases   are   handled   in   special   tribunals   called juvenile    delinquency    courts.        Commonly,    charges    in    juvenile    courts    involve    accusations    like tagging,   possession   of   marijuana   (or   other   drugs),   statutory   rape,   weapons   at   school,   shoplifting, and    underage    drinking.        In    these    courts,    minors    are    prosecuted    using    special    rules,    special prosecutors    and    special    judges.        It    only    makes    sense    that   your    child’s    defense    attorney    be specially   trained   and   experienced   to   mount   a   defense   against   those   prosecutors,   in   front   of   those judges.   Most   criminal   defense   attorneys   are   not   trained   in   the   special   programs   that   juveniles may have available to them. The   true   purpose   of   these   juvenile   courts   is   to   rehabilitate.      This   is   because   we,   as   a   society, believe   that   childhood   indiscretion   can   be   remedied   and   that   children,   by   definition,   have   not   yet had   the   opportunity   to   reach   full   cognitive   and   social   maturity.      Though   these   courts   focus   more upon   rehabilitation,   minors   still   face   potential   punishments   such   as   being   removed   from   the home   to   be   placed   in   a   juvenile   hall   or   in   other   long   term   juvenile   detention   centers   such   as camp.   Minors   can   also   be   subjected   to   lifetime   sex   offender   registration   and   prison-like   sentences   in   the California   Department   of   Juvenile   Justice.      Because   so   much   is   at   stake   and   because   your   child’s future    can    be    affected    by    these    criminal-like    courts,    you    need    the    assistance    of    qualified experienced   juvenile   defense   counsel.      Only   these   specially   qualified   defense   attorneys   stand   a chance at being taken seriously in these specialized juvenile courts.
Case Results…  In Re D.S. (2018): Client was charged with grand theft. Client faced being taken out of the home and being taken to juvenile camp for at least five months. Mr. Sabado demanded a highly-specialized “Dennis H.” Hearing in which the prosecutor was unable to properly prove his case. Mr. Sabado also convinced the prosecutor to dismiss the entire case.  In Re A.S. (2017): Client was accused of P.C. 211 robbery charge. Client faced the most serious kind of punishment in “kid prison” and potentially an adult strike. Client was an A-B student in high school, aspired to go to University of California and start her own business someday. All of it would have been impossible. Mr. Patel was able to get simple petty theft for client with a dismissal of the entire petition and sealing of juvenile record.
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Juvenile Crimes

WE HAVE NEARLY TWO DECADES OF

SPECIALIZED JUVENILE DEFENSE EXPERIENCE.

 

When   minors   and   teens   are   accused   of   crimes their   cases   are   handled   in   special   tribunals   called juvenile   delinquency   courts.      Commonly,   charges in   juvenile   courts   involve   accusations   like   tagging, possession   of   marijuana   (or   other   drugs),   statutory rape,      weapons      at      school,      shoplifting,      and underage   drinking.      In   these   courts,   minors   are prosecuted        using        special        rules,        special prosecutors    and    special    judges.        It    only    makes sense     that     your     child’s     defense     attorney     be specially    trained    and    experienced    to    mount    a defense    against    those    prosecutors,    in    front    of those   judges.   Most   criminal   defense   attorneys   are not   trained   in   the   special   programs   that   juveniles may have available to them. The   true   purpose   of   these   juvenile   courts   is   to rehabilitate.        This    is    because    we,    as    a    society, believe     that     childhood     indiscretion     can     be remedied    and    that    children,    by    definition,    have not   yet   had   the   opportunity   to   reach   full   cognitive and   social   maturity.      Though   these   courts   focus more      upon      rehabilitation,      minors      still      face potential    punishments    such    as    being    removed from   the   home   to   be   placed   in   a   juvenile   hall   or   in other   long   term   juvenile   detention   centers   such as camp.   Minors    can    also    be    subjected    to    lifetime    sex offender   registration   and   prison-like   sentences   in the    California    Department    of    Juvenile    Justice.      Because   so   much   is   at   stake   and   because   your child’s   future   can   be   affected   by   these   criminal- like   courts,   you   need   the   assistance   of   qualified experienced     juvenile     defense     counsel.          Only these   specially   qualified   defense   attorneys   stand a     chance     at     being     taken     seriously     in     these specialized juvenile courts.

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