"Juvenile Criminal Defense Strategies"
Juvenile Assault and Battery Defense
The justice system works differently for our youth, so it is important to find a lawyer that knows the difference. At The Umansky Law Firm, our attorneys know the juvenile justice system well and have put together many defenses in this field. Call us at (407)228-3838 to learn more.
The news that your child has been arrested for assault and battery can come as a shock to a parent. Some parents may be angry with their child's behavior and be tempted to let them "face the music." However, a criminal record can have unforeseen consequences, jeopardizing your child's future career and educational opportunities.
At The Umansky Law Firm, in Orlando, Florida, our juvenile defense attorneys are fierce advocates for juveniles charged with crimes. We are parents who understand what you are going through. As former prosecutors, we have extensive experience with the court system and know how to protect the rights of your child.
Juvenile Assault and Battery Charges in Florida
Juvenile assault and battery charges are usually the result of a fight at school, at a sports facility or other setting where children congregate. The decision on whether or not to press charges may come down to the word of the victim and perception of the arresting police. Your child may not even have started the fight that led to his or her arrest.
There are defenses to assault and battery charges. One is self defense or defense of another person. If your child has been unfairly charged with a crime, our lawyers can hire investigators and obtain witness statements to tell your child's side of the story.
Protecting Your Child's Future
Our goal is not just to defend your child, but get your child the help he or she needs so that problematic behavior does not continue. Our juvenile lawyers in Orlando will work hard to ensure that the focus stays on rehabilitation and defense, not on punishment.
If your child is a first-time offender, he may be eligible for a number of programs such as Teen Court, in which you could get the charges dropped. Our founding partner, Bill Umansky, is actively involved in the juvenile court system in central Florida and currently serves as a judge in the Orange County Teen Court program and on its board of directors.
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