Juvenile Court

Southeastern PA Juvenile Court Lawyers

Knowledge of the Juvenile Court System

Prince Law Offices, P.C. — Serving Pennsylvania Parents and Their Children

There is a common misconception about juvenile offenses: “What goes on a juvenile record … stays on a juvenile record.” That is, that a juvenile record won’t be accessible by prospective employers and others once the minor becomes an adult.

The truth is that convictions for serious offenses such as sexual assault or robbery will stay on the record for life. In addition, records revealing minor offenses and findings of delinquency can be opened if someone gets into criminal trouble as an adult.

We understand the stakes.

At Prince Law Offices, we defend minors in juvenile courts throughout southeast Pennsylvania and protect them from the potentially life-changing consequences that findings of delinquency and criminal convictions can have. For a free consultation and attorneys who know the juvenile courts, call or contact our firm as soon as possible.

Our lawyers protect the rights of juveniles charged with “delinquent acts” and offenses that could land them in adult court, including:

Although we will always look for ways to get cases dismissed or charges reduced, this is not always going to be a realistic possibility. Aware of that, we are always mindful of the way we frame the facts and circumstances of a case so that more favorable sentencing options will be available.

In addition to our work involving criminal law, our attorneys provide expungement services, represent minors and families in juvenile court dependency actions when children are taken by county child welfare agencies, and defend juveniles faced with school board disciplinary actions as well.

For two decades, we’ve been earning the trust of your family,
friends, neighbors and co-workers. Today, let us earn yours.

For an initial consultation, call 610-845-3803 or contact us online, and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

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