Juvenile Law

Juvenile Law

Sometimes under-aged kids get caught up with the wrong people who may be a bad influence. Can you defend your child’s rights? What if they were unlawfully charged with a crime they have not committed? Contact our skilled team of legal advisors at Vladimir and Associates for legal assistance in New York.

Speak To An Experienced Juvenile Crime Advisor Today! Call 631-619- 2058

Was Your Child Accused of a Serious Crime?

We have over 32 years of experience handling these types of complicated cases. I understand the raw emotions families face when fearing the worst after their child is accused of serious criminal charges, such as:

  • Drunk driving
  • Drug offenses
  • Shoplifting and theft
  • Sex crimes
  • Assault
  • Weapons offenses
  • Vandalism

Fear of the unknown creates so much anxiety. Contact our trustworthy team here at Vladimir & Associates.

Take The Mystery Out Of Family Court

If your child is prosecuted and the matter is resolved in Family Court, the proceedings can’t result in a criminal conviction. However, even if the charges do not result in a criminal conviction, your child can experience severe consequences. Under the law, a child is considered a juvenile delinquent in Family Court if:

  • The child is at least 7 years old and less than 16 years old at the time of the incident
  • The child committed an act that would be considered a crime if committed by an adult
  • The child is not criminally responsible for such conduct due to the child’s age, or the child is the defendant in a case that has been moved from Criminal Court to Family Court

Family Court can impose a range of dispositions, similar to the sentencing options available in criminal courts. Family Court dispositions can include conditional discharge, probation, placement and restrictive placement.