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Assertive Representation In State & Federal Court

Will My Mistake Follow Me Forever?

The consequences of making a mistake before high school is over should not follow you for the rest of your life. The attorneys at Arenstein & Gallagher work hard to make sure this is so.

Juvenile court has its own set of rules and procedures. There are special rules in place for young people charged with something seemingly simple such as a moving violation and as serious as a felony offense.

Some charges will remain in juvenile court until resolved. Others have the potential of being prosecuted in the adult system with the adult penalties. Many offenses have unique collateral consequences such as license suspensions, loss of financial aid or registration requirements.

The Legal Support To Handle Your Case Properly

Many times young people or their parents are not aware of these consequences until it is too late to avoid them. Having a lawyer familiar with the rules, procedures and laws involved in juvenile court is crucial to obtaining a favorable result.

The lawyers at Arenstein & Gallagher routinely appear before the judges and magistrates of our juvenile courts in Hamilton County, Clermont County, Warren County and Butler County. Please call our office at 513-823-3012, or contact us online for a free consultation.