What Are the Most Common Juvenile Crimes in The State of Florida?

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What Are the Most Common Juvenile Crimes in The State of Florida?

Posted on : September 29, 2019
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Has Your Child Been Accused Of A Crime?

Unfortunately, a parent cannot be everywhere all the time, or in two places at one time for that matter.  Being a parent and provider means that in addition to working full-time to provide for your children, you must also run an entire household and deal with every stress and nuance that comes with tending to a family.  Often, a child that falls into trouble with Florida law enforcement is simply at the wrong place at the wrong time.

Underage Does Not Exclude Adult Charges

Depending on the crime that your child is being accused of or the crime that they have been charged with, there is a possibility that your child can be charged as an adult. As far as the law is concerned, ignorance of the law does not mean that your child is immune to the full extent and power of the prosecution.  Parents often believe that because their child is underage, the charges may not be severe. Unfortunately, this may not be the case, especially for violent crimes like armed robbery, assault, and murder.

What Are The Common Crimes Among Youth

Under the laws of the State of Florida, your child can be charged for any number of crimes however, here is a list of the most common charges involved in juvenile offenses:

  • Assault/Battery
  • Burglary
  • Petty larceny,
  • Misdemeanor drug violations
  • Disorderly conduct
  • Driving under the influence,
  • Trespassing

Get Your Child The Best Defense

A criminal record can be devastating for your child’s future. This is why it is important to speak with an experienced Florida Criminal Defense Attorney immediately to ensure that your child receives the best possible criminal defense for the best possible outcome.  In many cases, your child could receive probation or community service, and although all juvenile defendants are not offered such programs, it is important to have an attorney familiar with the law and local courts who understands how best to help your child and protect their future. Call for assistance today.

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