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Juvenile Defense Lawyer in West Chester, PA

Serving Chester County & Beyond Since 1977

For four decades, The Altman Law Firm has provided a full range of legal services for individuals and families in West Chester, PA and surrounding communities. We are proud to be the law practice of choice for a variety of cases and matters including criminal defense, family law, personal injury, estate planning, and student loans.

In addition, our attorneys are proud to provide representation for juvenile law cases. Juvenile crime cases present a unique set of issues that not every law firm is capable of addressing. Effectively representing juveniles requires a more holistic approach. Your attorney must take into account the family unit dynamic, the needs of the child, and at what stage of development the child is.

Dedicated Juvenile Law & Legal Representation

If your child or someone close to you is charged with a juvenile crime, it is crucial to work with an attorney experienced in juvenile defense. Due to their age, children are some of the most vulnerable defendants. Many juveniles who end up in the justice system are victims of abuse and are disproportionately minorities who are charged with harsher sentences in adjudication and delinquencies.

Regardless of the circumstances surrounding your case, our team will work with you through every stage of the process, and will keep you informed as to what is happening, and what course the case is likely to take.

We provide representation for a number of juvenile law cases including:

Drug charges
Criminal mischief
Sex crimes
Theft
Unauthorized use of a motor vehicle
Minor in possession of alcohol
Assault

For more information about our legal services for juveniles and minors, or to schedule a free initial consultation with our attorneys, please contact The Altman Law Firm in West Chester, PA today at 610.436.4040.

We look forward to working with you.


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