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Juvenile Defense Attorney

Do you need a juvenile defense attorney? We represent defendants 17 years of age and younger. So, if your child has been charged with a serious crime, call The Crowley Law Firm. Under age defenses are taken more seriously now than ever. The ripple effects of a conviction can mean long term and life changing consequences. If your adolescent is facing felony charges, call us today!

Call now at 206-624-7500 and speak with a juvenile defense attorney.
We represent the accused, and are here for their families, too.

A juvenile defense attorney from our firm can uphold the rights and interests of your child before the courts, and provide them with the aggressive representation that they will need to face the prosecution. A conviction on felony charges can affect your teen’s eligibility for admission to college and disqualify them from federally funded financial aid programs that assist students with the costs of their education. Depending upon the nature and severity of the charges, your teen may be tried and sentenced as an adult, which could lead to heftier fines and longer prison terms.

Call a juvenile defense attorney, if your child is facing any of the following:

  • Burglary of residence or auto
  • Felony theft, which is the stealing of item(s) valued at $1,000.00 or more
  • Property damage with total damages exceeding $1,000.00
  • Aggravated battery
  • Possession of controlled substances and/or illegal drugs
  • Sexual offenses
  • Our juvenile defense attorney can explain the full range of charges and penalties once he has reviewed the allegations of your child’s case

Your child has the very same constitutional rights and protections as any other adult defendant facing felony charges. They are entitled to the benefit of legal counsel, a juvenile defense attorney, by the means of their Miranda Rights, and they are entitled to the proper performances of search and seizure, due process, discovery, etc.

Some of the differences between the criminal proceedings of an adult and those of a youth are:

  • Adolescents are not entitled to a jury composed of their peers (jury duty is an adult activity)
  • Their trials are always held before a judge, who acts as both the Trier of Fact and arbiter – or authority to determine the outcome of the case

Your child’s criminal history, if one exists, will be reviewed and considered, before the sentencing is made. Alternative methods of corrective sentencing may be available, if your child has committed the type of crime that would indicate that alternative rehabilitation measures were warranted. Juveniles with histories of addiction, for instance, may be able to avoid state detention centers by sentences that, instead, require them to participate in a detox and rehabilitation program. Others may need more intensive types of therapies that would place them, alternatively, in psychiatric or mental health facilities.

Get in touch with a juvenile defense attorney, regardless of the felony charges your child may be facing. We are aggressive, determined and prepared with state of the art legal resources.

Call 206-624-7500 now and speak with a juvenile defense attorney about your child’s case. Let us help you defend your child and their future freedom!

We provide representation to clients in need of a juvenile defense attorney in Seattle, Tacoma, Vancouver, Everett, Bellingham, Spokane, Yakima, Richland, Kennewick, Pasco and throughout the state of Washington. No defense attorney or firm can make any guarantees about the outcome of your case. However, we can provide you with state of the art, cost effective legal counsel to help you face the charges levied against you before the courts.