When Good Kids Make Poor Choices: Juvenile Law
Science shows us that a teen’s brain is not yet fully hardwired. We know that many youths have trouble making reasonable executive decisions. Sometimes this incomplete wiring can cause an otherwise “good” kid to make a poor choice.
The Law And Teens
Unfortunately, many times law enforcement and the courts do not understand what causes a 10-, 12- or 14-year-old child to act impulsively, sometimes with violence sometimes sexually. The truth is that the court, the judge and the jury all need to be educated about a teen’s brain. They also need to see your child as a person, a sibling, a son or daughter, but most importantly as still a child.
The Tough Defense You Need
Attorney Tally Zuckerman has worked with hundreds of teens. Tally understands what it takes to keep a child from being charged as an adult. She will work to ensure that whenever possible your teen avoids prison time and gets the help he or she needs with emotional, drug or peer pressure issues.
If your child or a teen who is close to you has been charged with a crime, don’t wait. Speak to an attorney with experience in juvenile law issues. At Zuckerman Law, we can help with almost any charge, including:
- Sex offenses: sexual assault on a child, such as a babysitter being charged with molestation
- Unlawful sexual contact
- Indecent exposure, including social media issues
- Child pornography, including “sexting” and disseminating pictures
- Date rape
- Statutory rape
- Domestic violence including harassment and restraining order violations
- Drugs including heroin, cocaine and crystal methamphetamine
- Underage drinking
- Property crimes, burglary, vandalism and trespassing
Juvenile law is a specialized area of the law. Your child can be charged at the age of 10 to 17 with a crime. Juvenile law attorney Tally Zuckerman understands that in any case there is so much more than a just verdict at stake. We will work will you every step of the way.
Tally Zuckerman: Your Child’s Advocate
“A charge is a serious matter. As your attorney, I, Tally Zuckerman, will advocate for your child. I take each and every case, whether it’s trespass or indecent exposure or homicide, very seriously. I will do what is needed whether that be to bring in experts or psychologists to get through your case with the least negative impact.”
When you need persuasive, tough and experienced lawyers working for you, contact the firm with the experience that matters. Call the Denver firm of Zuckerman Law, at 720-500-5757, or email us and we will respond promptly.