Differences Between Juvenile Charges and Adult Charges in Washington
By Michael Schwartz on May 15, 2020
Juvenile and adult criminal charges vary in critical ways. Among those differences is the fact that juveniles cannot demand a jury decide their case. Instead, the case is heard and decided in a small room by a judge. This places even greater emphasis on the importance of a skilled criminal attorney in Seattle who understands the juvenile court system; how it functions and how criminal convictions may impact a child even into their adult lives.
When your child has been charged with a crime, you need an assertive legal team working for you to protect your child. You can get the representation that you need by retaining the Schwartz Law Office, PLLC today.
You can learn more about your child’s case in the juvenile court system, preparing a defense, and the impact of a potential conviction by getting a free consultation with the Schwartz Law Office, PLLC.