- Criminal Defense
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- Juvenile Law
The juvenile criminal system, unlike the adult criminal system, focuses on providing outlets for rehabilitation and education rather than punishment. As a juvenile offense attorney with more than 27 years of legal experience, I work through my firm, Kevin L. Collins, P.C. to ensure that your child receives the best option to ensure his or her growth and education. I work closely with children and parents alike to personalize my representation style and protect your child’s rights.
A minor is rarely tried as an adult for a crime. Rather than imprisonment, fines, probation and more, juvenile offenses typically have sentences with rehabilitative aims. Some of the most common sentences under juvenile law include:
In addition to these penalties, there are pretrial diversions available. Bexar County, for example, offers a comprehensive diversion program that has been quite effective. Treatment in lieu of prosecution allows the juvenile to avoid the court process and get right to counseling and other forms of treatment. Supervision in lieu of detention involves additional oversight over the offender’s life rather than confinement during or after the court process.
To learn more about the different sentencing options available for juvenile offenders and how you can ensure a favorable situation for your child, please contact Kevin L. Collins, P.C. at 210-598-8629 or via email. Schedule your consultation today and allow me to fight for your child’s rights and future.