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Juvenile Law:
A Childís developing mind is just not able to fully comprehend all of the varoius effects and ramifications that may result from their
actions. Therefore a minor is unable to understand the consequences in the same manner as
an adultís mature mind. While the crimes charged in Juvenile law are the same as those that
are charged in adult court, that is where the similarities end. If your child has been charged with
a serious crime, the Court may elect to try him as an adult. This is never a desirable situation.
Juvenile law has many nuances that make it necessary to hire an attorney that has experience
in the handling of juvenile cases.
Though Juvenile court is supposed to be focused on rehabilitating the minor, no one wants to
see their child sentenced to juvenile detention. Our goal is to preserve your childís record so
he/she can walk away with minimal long term effects. One recent case in the news had to do
with a minor who was sentenced as an adult, at the young age of only 12 years old, on a
murder charge. This case was recently reversed in the Indiana Court of Appeals, so the minor will be allowed a new trial and
hopefully will be treated as a minor.
Donít let the fate of your child rest in the hands of an inexperienced attorney. †Hire an attorney who will passionately defend your
child.
A Childís developing mind is just not able to fully comprehend all of the varoius effects and ramifications that may result from their
actions. Therefore a minor is unable to understand the consequences in the same manner as
an adultís mature mind. While the crimes charged in Juvenile law are the same as those that
are charged in adult court, that is where the similarities end. If your child has been charged with
a serious crime, the Court may elect to try him as an adult. This is never a desirable situation.
Juvenile law has many nuances that make it necessary to hire an attorney that has experience
in the handling of juvenile cases.
Though Juvenile court is supposed to be focused on rehabilitating the minor, no one wants to
see their child sentenced to juvenile detention. Our goal is to preserve your childís record so
he/she can walk away with minimal long term effects. One recent case in the news had to do
with a minor who was sentenced as an adult, at the young age of only 12 years old, on a
murder charge. This case was recently reversed in the Indiana Court of Appeals, so the minor will be allowed a new trial and
hopefully will be treated as a minor.
Donít let the fate of your child rest in the hands of an inexperienced attorney. †Hire an attorney who will passionately defend your
child.
CONTACT US AT:
Daniel Whitehead Law Offices
1003 Meridian Street
Anderson, IN 46016
 
Phone: 765.622.9768
Email: whitehead_law@sbcglobal.net
Copyright 2018 - Daniel K. Whitehead Law Offices
Site Design by
Randy Drennen
A Childís developing mind is just not able to fully comprehend all of the varoius effects and ramifications that may result from their
actions. Therefore a minor is unable to understand the consequences in the same manner as an adultís mature mind. While the
crimes charged in Juvenile law are the same as those that are charged in adult court, that is where the similarities end. If your child
has been charged with a serious crime, the Court may elect to try him as an adult. This is never a desirable situation. Juvenile law
has many nuances that make it necessary to hire an attorney that has experience in the handling of juvenile cases.
Though Juvenile court is supposed to be focused on rehabilitating the minor, no one wants to see their child sentenced to juvenile
detention. Our goal is to preserve your childís record so he/she can walk away with minimal long term effects. One recent case in
the news had to do with a minor who was sentenced as an adult, at the young age of only 12 years old, on a murder charge. This
case was recently reversed in the Indiana Court of Appeals, so the minor will be allowed a new trial and hopefully will be treated as a
minor.
Donít let the fate of your child rest in the hands of an inexperienced attorney. †Hire an attorney who will passionately defend your
child.
A Childís developing mind is just not able to fully
comprehend all of the varoius effects and ramifications
that may result from their actions. Therefore a minor
is unable to understand the consequences in the
same manner as an adultís mature mind. While the
crimes charged in Juvenile law are the same as those
that are charged in adult court, that is where the
similarities end. If your child has been charged with a
serious crime, the Court may elect to try him as an
adult. This is never a desirable situation. Juvenile law
has many nuances that make it necessary to hire an
attorney that has experience in the handling of juvenile
cases.
Though Juvenile court is supposed to be focused on
rehabilitating the minor, no one wants to see their
child sentenced to juvenile detention. Our goal is to
preserve your childís record so he/she can walk away
with minimal long term effects. One recent case in the
news had to do with a minor who was sentenced as
an adult, at the young age of only 12 years old, on a
murder charge. This case was recently reversed in the
Indiana Court of Appeals, so the minor will be allowed
a new trial and hopefully will be treated as a minor.
Donít let the fate of your child rest in the hands of an
inexperienced attorney. †Hire an attorney who will
passionately defend your child.
Juvenile Law:
Daniel K. Whitehead, Attorney at Law
DKW Law Offices
CONTACT US AT:
Daniel Whitehead Law Offices
1003 Meridian Street
Anderson, IN 46016
Phone: 765.622.9768
Email: whitehead_law@sbcglobal.net
Copyright 2018 - Daniel K. Whitehead Law Offices
Site Design by
Randy Drennen