As a dedicated New Jersey juvenile criminal lawyer with over 30 years of experience, I often represent juvenile clients who have been charged with crimes. Oftentimes, these children were subjected to peer pressure which made them do things they wouldn’t normally do. In New Jersey, to search and arrest a minor, the police have to have probable cause, or reason to believe a crime has been committed. Watch the following video to learn what you should do when your child gets arrested.
- If your child is arrested, you should remain calm, and seek professional help from a dedicated New Jersey juvenile criminal lawyer who has experience handling cases involving juvenile clients.
- The court will try to put your child on the right path, and in my experience, punishment is not always the correct path.
- The consequences and penalties of a juvenile crime conviction can often follow your child well into their future, and hinder their ability to seek employment, apply for schools, and more.
When your child gets arrested for a juvenile crime in New Jersey, contact the Law Office of Carl Spector for dedicated representation. With over 30 years of experience as both a prosecutor and criminal defense attorney, he offers a unique perspective on how both sides think, and how to best approach each aspect of the case. When your child’s future is on the line, don’t settle for less than the best possible legal representation. Contact an experienced attorney that will aggressively fight to minimize the potential serious consequences your child may face. Call today for a free confidential consultation.