Skilled Juvenile Crime Defense Lawyer Protects Your Child
Ohio juvenile law attorney creates defense strategies to give your child a brighter future
It’s sometimes difficult for parents to look objectively at their children. It remains difficult as those children grow into teenagers and young adults. But there comes a time where parents can’t fix all of their children’s problems. And sometimes, those problems need the attention of a qualified legal professional. At those times, the Owens Law Office can lend skilled assistance to defend your child and ensure a brighter future.
For more than 10 years, juvenile defense lawyer Robert M. Owens has worked with children and adults to lessen and eliminate penalties and fines for a variety of crimes. He also handles cases specific to college-aged young adults who face difficult predicaments.
Common juvenile crimes
Though the legal age of adulthood is 18, Ohio considers 17 the legal age to be tried as an adult. Therefore, teens face more serious penalties than they would if they were tried as juveniles. At the Owens Law Office, you find a juvenile law attorney who handles charges of:
At the Owens Law Office, we work with juveniles and their parents to create defense strategies that minimize or eliminate the penalties of juvenile crimes. We also take cases involving college students and underage drinking.
We protect the rights of minors
We are dedicated to protecting our young clients’ rights as fiercely as we protect their health and safety. Some of the services juvenile defense attorney Robert M. Owens offers may include:
- Exploring biases. Despite the illegality of discrimination, we know that gender, race and class biases exist. We examine the arrest record to see if our younger clients have been the victims of discrimination.
- Working with probation officers. In some cases, a probation officer may contact your family before the court date is even set. We can be present during meetings with the probationary department to ensure that your child’s rights are protected.
- Record expungement. We don’t think it’s fair that you suffer through your adult life for a mistake you made as a child. We focus on sealing your record to keep it from ruining your future.
A good juvenile defense lawyer pays attention to your needs. We ensure that no one takes advantage of our younger clients simply because they’re young and inexperienced.
Schedule a free initial consultation with a Delaware, Ohio juvenile lawyer today
We understand that the first response of most children in trouble is to panic. We help you keep calm and collected by guiding you through the juvenile law process one step at a time. To make an appointment with a qualified juvenile defense attorney, call the Owens Law Office at 740.513.3292 or contact us online.