Juvenile Defense

Juvenile Defense

If your child has been accused of a crime in Texas, it is important to seek the assistance of an experienced criminal defense attorney who has experience handling juvenile cases. Juvenile cases are different from adult criminal cases in several ways, and it is important to have a lawyer who understands the unique issues and challenges that arise in juvenile cases.

There are several defenses that may be available to juveniles accused of crimes in Laredo, Texas. One defense is that the juvenile was not involved in the crime. This can occur if the juvenile has an alibi, or if there is evidence that the juvenile was not present at the time and place the crime was committed.

Another defense is that the juvenile was acting under duress. This can occur if the juvenile was threatened with harm or injury if they did not participate in the crime. In these cases, the juvenile may be able to argue that they were not acting voluntarily and therefore should not be held responsible for their actions.

It is also possible to defend against criminal charges by challenging the legality of the arrest or search and seizure that led to the discovery of evidence. If law enforcement violated the juvenile’s Fourth Amendment rights during the arrest or search and seizure, the evidence obtained may be deemed inadmissible in court.

If your child has been accused of a crime in Texas, it is essential to seek the assistance of an experienced criminal defense attorney. A skilled lawyer at the Altgelt Law Firm can help you understand your legal options and develop a defense strategy to protect your child’s rights and freedom. Call for a free consultation (956) 628-4107.

 

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