Peoria Juvenile Crimes Lawyer
Tazewell County Juvenile Court Lawyer Serving Illinois
Juveniles facing criminal convictions are also potentially facing challenges in school, work, the military and other life opportunities. To best protect your record and your future, it is important to seek out the assistance of an experienced criminal defense attorney.
Maureen Williams is a Peoria juvenile crimes lawyer who has served clients throughout Illinois for more than 18 years. She has specific experience representing juveniles in juvenile court and is knowledgeable of the Illinois juvenile justice system. To learn more about how she may be able to assist you or your child with juvenile crimes charges, contact her online or by calling 866-321-5228.
Dedicated to Defending Youth Against a Variety of Juvenile Crimes
Youth can be charged with any misdemeanor or felony that adults can be charged with. The Law Offices of Maureen Williams can represent you or your child no matter what juvenile crime you are facing, including:
- Drug crimes, including possession
- Shoplifting and other theft crimes
- Underage drinking charges such as minor in possession (MIP)
- Statutory rape
You can learn more about the services we have provided to our clients in the past by visiting the Testimonials page.
Special Sentencing Options for Juveniles Convicted of Felonies
While crimes are the same for adults and juveniles, sentencing is very different. The system is truly set up to try to help juveniles get back on track. For instance, the court may put in place court supervision for felony convictions. Once the youth turns 17 and is off the court supervision schedule, it is then possible to seek a record expungement or sealing. Attorney Williams will work closely with you to determine what sentencing alternatives may be available to you.
Turn Your Juvenile Delinquency Around; Contact Maureen Williams Today
To speak with an experience lawyer who is dedicated to helping you fight your juvenile crimes charges and protect your future, contact Maureen Williams in Peoria. You can reach her via e-mail or by calling 866-321-5228.
Tuesday, May 21, 2013