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Juvenile Offense Lawyers in Fishersundefined

Protecting Your Child from a Lifetime of Consequences

All children will make mistakes at some point. As a parent, your best hope is that those mistakes don’t result in legal trouble. The consequences of being convicted of a juvenile offense can cause problems in a child’s future, such as difficulty finishing school and finding a job. You need the help of a Fishers juvenile crimes lawyer who has experience fighting these kinds of charges. With over 50 combined years of experience, the team at Massillamany Jeter & Carson LLP has the in-depth knowledge and insights your case needs to be successful.

Dial (317) 434-1490 now and schedule a free consultation with Attorney Mario Massillamany

Common Juvenile Offenses

At Massillamany Jeter & Carson LLP, we understand that kids are not always acting in their own best interests. Our priority is to ensure those mistakes can help them learn valuable lessons without causing irreversible damage to their future.

We handle all juvenile offenses, including:

  • DUI
  • Driving without a license
  • Property damage such as vandalism and arson
  • Assault and battery
  • Indecency
  • Theft
  • Curfew violations
  • Running away from home

It is important to understand that there are many options for helping a child right their wrongs that do not involve juvenile detention. Our team understands how to construct defenses that help courts push children in the right direction.

What Happens During Juvenile Cases

Within 48 hours following an arrest, the child will have a detention hearing where a judge will decide whether or not the child will need to stay in a facility or will be able to go home. Having a lawyer present is crucial at this stage. You can read more about juvenile proceedings in Indiana here.

With the right legal team on your side, your child may be able to avoid incarceration by:

  • Following specific rules set forth by a judge
  • Being put under a no-contact order that prevents your child from coming in contact with potentially dangerous people
  • Having their driver’s license
  • Being put under house arrest
  • Undergoing random drug tests

Let Massillamany Jeter & Carson LLP Fight for Your Family

If the offenses are significant enough, your child may have to attend a number of hearings. Our team has extensive experience in court. We can help the courts understand your child’s side of the story and potentially prevent devastating consequences. Do not fight your legal battles alone. Contact our firm right away to get started on your defense.

Call (317) 434-1490 now or contact us online to get started.

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