Protecting Your Child From The Harmful Effects Of Criminal Charges

Criminal activity results in severe consequences, even for juvenile offenders. Anyone under the age of 16 who is accused of committing a crime is deemed to be a juvenile. While juvenile court records are generally not released as public information, there is still a good possibility that your child's life will change forever if he or she is convicted of a crime. Consult a Charlotte juvenile crimes defense attorney today if your child has been arrested and charged with a crime.

At the Knox Law Center, we will act swiftly and decisively to gather the facts and file appropriate motions in order to maximize your chances of a positive outcome. Our criminal defense attorneys are aggressive, experienced trial lawyers who will fight against the charges and protect your child's rights.

In juvenile criminal matters, time is of the essence. If your child has been arrested or charged with a crime, now is the time to contact the Knox Law Center. We offer free initial consultations for criminal matters.

Providing Aggressive Criminal Defense For Minors In North Carolina

The juvenile law system is set up with diversion as its primary goal; rehabilitation is preferred in most cases over incarceration. That does not mean that a conviction for a criminal offense is any less serious for a child. A juvenile can face out-of-home placement, detention, or training school. In fact, under certain circumstances, juveniles can face trial as adults in criminal matters. The goal of our attorneys is to limit the exposure your child has to the actual criminal justice system while quickly resolving the case in your favor.

At the Knox Law Center, we handle a full range of criminal cases, from minor infractions and misdemeanors to serious felonies, including:

  • Underage possession/consumption of alcohol
  • Underage DUI
  • Traffic offenses
  • Drug/controlled substance offenses
  • Shoplifting/theft
  • Violent crimes
  • Vandalism
  • Carrying concealed weapon, possession of weapon on school property
  • Internet crimes

You want the best for your child, no matter what crime he or she is accused of committing. Our attorneys provide the level of experience and skill needed in these difficult criminal matters. For examples of results we have achieved for our clients, visit our Verdicts and Settlements page.

Serving Clients In Charlotte And Throughout The Area

If your child is facing juvenile criminal charges, you cannot afford to delay. Put his or her case in the hands of the attorneys at the Knox Law Center. For a free initial consultation, call 704-315-2363 or 866-704-9059 (toll free) or contact us online.