Juvenile Defense (Delinquent)

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JUVENILE DEFENSE (DELINQUENT)

Juvenile crimes are all illegal acts committed by a person below the legal age of 18. In the past, juvenile crimes were greatly overlooked and thought of as part of the “growing” experience. Today, juveniles committing crimes face serious, life-altering legal consequences. Juvenile crimes are no longer considered small problems.

Increasingly, prosecutors are charging juveniles (who are accused of more severe crimes) as adults. If a juvenile filed on as an adult, the case will progress the same as an adult case. A convicted juvenile offender faces various legal penalties, which may include: prison time, court-ordered counseling, probation, community service, and monetary fines. Juvenile charges should never be taken lightly. Even though a minor committed the crime, he/she will be subject to severe legal penalties, if convicted. Greer Law Firm can advise the minor of their rights, negotiate charges, and can prevent the minor from being charged as an adult. Most importantly, we make sure that the minor has a second chance at life.

About Our Services

Greer Law Firm has represented individuals charged with a range of criminal offenses, including child abuse and neglect, murder and homicide, drug charges, sex crimes, DUI and alcohol crimes, domestic violence, theft crimes and juvenile offenses. Our firm is committed to providing an aggressive, strategic defense that is uniquely tailored for each client. Our passion for what we do is why our firm has earned a reputation for excellence throughout the State of Oklahoma.

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Disclaimer: Chad A. Greer, and Greer Law Firm only provide legal advice after having entered into an attorney client relationship, which this article specifically does not create. Only after having entered into a representation agreement with Greer Law Firm will an attorney-client relationship have been created. It is imperative that any action taken by you should be done on advice of legal counsel.