Protecting A Minor Is Imperative
While being convicted of a crime can be detrimental to your life as an adult, acquiring a criminal record as a minor can hinder important future educational and career decisions forever. This is especially true for minors who are involved in serious juvenile crimes that result in being tried as an adult. Our skilled criminal defense attorneys at Healan Law Offices, P.C., have a thorough understanding of the juvenile court system and Georgia criminal law. We know how to defend your minor child when he or she is up against life-altering convictions.
Compassion And Counsel From Our Juvenile Law Attorneys
Our principal attorney, William Healan III, has spent his legal career defending clients in Winder, Georgia, and throughout the northeast region in their adult and juvenile criminal cases involving:
- Underage DUI
- MIPs and fake IDs
- Drug crimes
- Sex offenses
- Curfew violations
- Theft crimes
- Violent crimes
If your child has been accused of a crime, it is imperative to contact a knowledgeable criminal defense lawyer like those at Healan Law Offices, P.C. When you work with our firm, you can expect our team to work with you and your child in order to build a strong defense by evaluating the incident and the available evidence in order to identify the strengths and weaknesses in your case.
It is our goal to work toward acquittal of the charges or a reduced charge that allows for rehabilitation involving counseling, community service and the appropriate classes. We want to protect the future of your child.
Discuss Your Options With An Attorney Today
We invite you to contact Healan Law Offices, P.C., regarding your child’s criminal charge. Our experienced Georgia defense lawyers are ready to fight for your rights. Call us at 678-661-3318, or visit our contact page. Schedule a free initial consultation during our business hours, Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Learn about our fees and consultations. Our law office is in downtown Winder, Georgia. We practice in both state and federal courts.