Juvenile Crimes

Has your child been charged with a crime?

If your child is facing criminal charges, this is a difficult time for your entire family. You worry about what will happen to your child if convicted. Will he or she have to serve time in a detention facility? Or worse, in a prison?

Depending on the charges, your child could face a sentence including community service, mandatory drug or alcohol treatment, fines of several hundred dollars, and commitment to the Department of Youth Services. If your child is charged as an adult for a serious crime, he or she could potentially face imprisonment.

In addition, a criminal conviction can have lasting consequences beyond the sentence. Having a criminal record can potentially prevent your child from getting into the college of his or her choice, renting an apartment, and finding employment. Employers, landlords, and college admission agencies all look at criminal history.

As a parent, you want what’s best for your child. You don’t want your child’s entire future to be ruined by a criminal conviction.

That’s why it is important to get help from an experienced criminal defense attorney in Springboro, Ohio. At Horwitz & Horwitz, LLC, we’re here to help your family.

We will do all that we can to minimize or eliminate the damage to your child’s future. We will work with your family every step of the way, answering your questions and explaining the risks and benefits of all of your options. We are committed to keeping you involved so that, together, we can reach the best possible solution.

Experienced and skilled criminal defense attorney Jon Horwitz has represented juveniles in the community facing charges involving:

  • Drug abuse
  • Drug possession
  • Theft
  • Vandalism
  • Domestic violence

Juvenile Expungement

In Ohio, there is a two-step process for eliminating a juvenile delinquency record. Learn more about the process of obtaining a juvenile expungement.

Call us today. During your free consultation, we’ll discuss how we can help your family.