Juvenile Criminal Defense
In the past, it was easier to pass off a juvenile offense as a youthful indiscretion. Times are different, now, and even minor juvenile infractions are taken very seriously. For example, if a teenager is caught “garage hopping”—going into open garages looking for desirable items like beer—he can be charged residential burglary, a felony with a mandatory jail sentence. At Donahue, Sowa & Magana, we know that defending juveniles accused of a criminal act requires discretion, understanding, and the strength to intervene to prevent future infractions.
Illinois Juvenile Crime Defense Attorneys
As one of the oldest firms in Illinois dedicated to criminal defense, Donahue, Sowa & Magana we have a long history of defending juveniles accused of criminal behavior. Our juvenile defense attorneys will defend your child no matter what the charge is. We have defended minors accused of all types of criminal acts, including:
We have successfully defended individuals, and have the experience to know when to seek alternatives to prosecution, such as court supervision, and work to prevent future problems. In addition, if the minor is accused of a serious crime and charged as an adult, as a law firm dedicated to criminal defense, we can continue to represent even in adult transfer cases.
Contact an Illinois Juvenile Crime Defense Attorney
At Donahue, Sowa & Magana, our juvenile defense lawyers will vigorously defend your child and work to find alternatives to prosecution. Contact an Illinois juvenile defense lawyer today.
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