As young people grow and experience the world, they may find themselves in trouble with the law. According to the Utah Division of Juvenile Justice Services, 26% of minors in Utah will have some kind of contact with the juvenile justice system. Charges against a child or teen can have a deep impact on parents, siblings, and extended family. These impacts may be lessened with the help of an experienced legal team.
The juvenile justice system is separate from the adult system and it has its own set of rules and procedures. These rules can seem daunting and confusing without the right help. The lawyers at Brown, Bradshaw & Moffat have extensive experience navigating the juvenile justice system and getting favorable results for children charged with crimes. In fact, one of our founding partners, Mark Moffat, has been recognized for his expertise in juvenile crimes and has spoken at seminars on the topic and served on numerous committees.
With nearly two decades of experience defending children and teens against criminal charges, you can feel confident that we will investigate all the details of your child’s case and prepare a strong defense. If you want to do some of your own research on Utah’s laws relating to juvenile crimes, visit our juvenile crimes page to find more in-depth information about the following and more:
It may also be helpful to read through our article on 9 Ways to Help Your Child’s Juvenile Defense in Utah.
Whether your child has been charged with a serious crime, been wrongfully accused, or simply made a mistake, the defense lawyers at Brown, Bradshaw & Moffat have expert knowledge and experience that can help you and your child through this difficult process. We are prepared and willing to fight for your child in court.
Give us a call at (801) 532-5297 so we can start working on your child’s defense today.
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