Parents who have a child that is arrested feel overwhelmed and, even more alarmingly, left in the dark. When the future of your child is at stake, you need an attorney who can help you navigate the complex juvenile justice system.
When the future of your child is at stake, you need an experienced attorney who can help you navigate the complex juvenile justice system.
Defending Against Juvenile Crime Charges
At Mullaney & Mullaney, we handle all types of juvenile offenses, including:
- Alcohol/DUI Offenses
- Drug Offenses
- Traffic Violations
- Burglary & Theft
- Sex Offenses
- Robbery & Assault
- Theft / shoplifting
- Offenses Committed on School Property
Regardless of the accusation you and your child are up against, Mullaney & Mullaney develops the best possible defense for each of our juvenile clients.
We Handle Direct File Charges
Certain crimes and circumstances will lead the prosecution to “Direct File,” or charge a minor as an adult.. When this occurs, you need an experienced criminal defense attorney to represent your child. Direct File charges can often be “Decertified,” or sent back to the juvenile justice jystem, if challenged appropriately.
With the assistance of our criminal defense team who understand the juvenile and adult court systems, your child will receive the legal protection they deserve.
Relentless in the Representation of Your Child
At Mullaney & Mullaney, we are aware that avoiding court is the best choice. However, sometimes that isn’t possible, and often the prosecution doesn’t play fair.
We have represented minors in adult and juvenile court, and you can be confident we are able to handle any situation. We will handle every step of your child’s proceedings, including intake interviews and consent degrees.
We explore every option available to achieve the best possible outcome for your child. In many circumstances, we can guide the charges through the juvenile justice system in a manner that allows your child to earn a “clean record” following an intake interview, the entry of a consent decree or the securing of an expungement agreement with the Prosecution.
If your child is in legal trouble, call Mullaney & Mullaney immediately at (610) 584-4416 for a free, no obligation consultation.