Juvenile Offenses

Juvenile cases are serious matters. A single first offense could jeopardize a child's education and scholarship chances, damage his or her reputation, and even result in removal from the safety of your home. The good news is that the Georgia juvenile justice system focuses more on rehabilitation than incarceration. With the help of the right juvenile attorney, you can get the system to work in your favor and keep your child out of a detention center.

If your son or daughter has been arrested and charged with a juvenile offense or is scheduled to appear in a Georgia juvenile court, you must act quickly to protect your child's future. Call the experienced criminal defense attorneys at Miles Hansford & Tallant, LLC, in Cumming, GA, for a free consultation on your child's case.

Representation In Georgia Juvenile Court

Unlike courts for adult defendants or courts in which juveniles are tried as adults, children under the age of 18 go before specific prosecutors and judges. This means that defense attorneys who are familiar with those juvenile court judges, prosecutors, social workers, DFCS workers and school officials can help your child avoid a life of crime. At Miles Hansford & Tallant, LLC, we know the ins and outs of the juvenile court system and will make sure that your child gets fair representation.

We understand that when you call a juvenile defense lawyer, you're in a critical hour. As skilled juvenile attorneys, we will protect your child's identity and reputation and help keep his or her criminal record clean throughout the process. We understand that most kids make mistakes and bad decisions at some point in their lives, which is why we provide outstanding legal representation for all kinds of juvenile court cases.

If your child is facing criminal charges that may affect his or her future, we'd like to help. Please call our experienced Georgia juvenile defense attorneys today at 770-744-1111 or after hours at 678-343-8075. You may also use our simple contact form to find out more about our juvenile justice services.