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Colorado Juvenile Charges

Anyone under the age of 18 is considered a minor. He or she will be tried by juvenile law an area of law that varies markedly from criminal law. A Colorado criminal attorney from our firm can help your son or daughter overcome the charges they may be facing with the least amount of damage done to their lives. The juvenile court system has its own set of rules and procedures and only an attorney with ample experience in the area will be able to assist your child. Your child’s future is on the line; make sure that it is put into the hands of a truly capable attorney such as those available at our firm.

At Michael W. Moran, P.C., we can help you to protect your children’s rights. Our lead attorney worked as a municipal judge for many years. He has experience in all facets of criminal law and has defended literally thousands of clients. It is that kind of experience that can really make a difference in your child’s case. Please call our firm today for a free consultation so that we can begin helping you immediately.

Juvenile Crimes in Colorado:

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Although most juvenile crimes are heard in juvenile court, many convicted of a juvenile crime will be made to face serious penalties that could dramatically affect their lives and future. It is possible for a juvenile to be penalized with suspension of his or her driver’s license, community service, fines, probation and more. In some cases, the youth can be incarcerated for a lengthy period of time in a youth facility. In addition, some juvenile crimes are tried in adult court. This could leave your child with a permanent criminal record that will make it difficult to get into the college of his or her choice or find a good job. Please call us today so that we can assist you.