Protecting Your Child's Future Against Juvenile Charges In Southern Indiana

At Fifer Law Office, we know that young people make mistakes, but when those lapses in judgment result in violations of the law, serious consequences can come into play.

Kids Make Mistakes. We Defend Young People And Their Future Opportunities.

For many parents, the thought of watching a son or daughter face serious criminal charges is a frightening proposition. However, when minors in our local communities make mistakes that run afoul of the law, there's little time for remorse when a young person's future is at risk. As experienced criminal defense attorneys, we understand the delicate nature of juvenile cases and how to help families get through these difficult situations.

Juvenile crimes can encompass a variety of charges, including:

  • Drug possession such as the possession of marijuana or prescription medication
  • Underage drinking as well as drinking and driving
  • Shoplifting or other theft crimes
  • Violent crimes such as battery
  • Sex crimes, including date rape or sexual assault
  • Truancy

As defense lawyers representing juvenile offenders and their families, we know the value of building a defense that helps the court see the bigger picture. The truth is, young people deserve a chance to learn from their mistakes. One advantage to the juvenile courts is an emphasis on rehabilitation and education as opposed to stiff punishments.

By working together, we can take immediate action, help inform you and your family of your options, and offer advice and support to better ensure your loved ones take the necessary steps to avoid future criminal charges.

A Team Of Legal Professionals Helping Juvenile Offenders And Their Families

To sit down with a lawyer to discuss your child's case, contact our New Albany or Jeffersonville, Indiana, law offices at 812-949-2529. You can also reach us by submitting our online contact form. We are attentive and responsive and will guide you throughout every step. We work with clients throughout the region, including those in Clark, Floyd, Harrison, Crawford, Scott and Washington Counties.