One offense that juveniles are commonly accused of is defacing or violating someone else's property. In some cases, the offender might be a troubled youth who simply made a mistake. In others, the minor may have been the target of wrongful allegations based on mistaken identity, or even someone's desire to find an easy scapegoat.
Here are a few examples of the various types of property violations that juveniles might be accused of:
Juveniles can be accused of committing property violations that involve either private property or public property. For example, a minor might be accused of breaking into someone's home, doing graffiti on a storefront or stealing someone's property at school. My law firm, the Law Offices of Ryan E. Gilbert, LLC, provides aggressive defense for minors who are facing these types of allegations. I am an East Brunswick criminal defense attorney who has more than 15 years of experience practicing law, so my clients can depend on me for high-quality representation!
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There are various defenses that can be used in property violation cases, whether the defendant is an adult or a juvenile.
Here are a few of those possible defenses:
Even if the court determines that the juvenile did commit the juvenile offense, it may be possible to help the minor obtain a second chance through probation or participating in a rehabilitative class or program. No matter your situation, an East Brunswick juvenile crime lawyer is ready to help.
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