Juvenile Crimes

Juvenile Crime Lawyers in Michigan

Advocating for Your Child’s Future

If your child has been arrested for a crime, you are likely unsure of what to do next. It is important to remember that, like all people, minors are innocent until proven guilty beyond a reasonable doubt. At Grewal Law PLLC, we work to defend this right. Juvenile cases are unlike other types of criminal proceedings; it is wise to speak to an attorney who has experience in this area. Our Michigan juvenile crimes lawyers have over 100 years of combined experience. We understand the juvenile criminal defense system and can help you and your child pursue the various defense and sentencing avenues available.

Contact Grewal Law PLLC at (888) 211-5798 for a free, confidential consultation. With three office locations, we assist clients throughout the state of Michigan.

Types of Juvenile Criminal Cases We Handle

In the state of Michigan, a minor is any individual under the age of 17. When minors are accused of a crime in this state, they are treated somewhat differently than adults who are charged with criminal offenses. This does not mean that a juvenile is absolved of consequences or that they will not face serious penalties. In fact, when juvenile crimes are particularly grave, the accused minor could face the same penalties as an adult charged with the same crime.

At Grewal Law PLLC, we can assist you with a wide range of juvenile criminal defense matters, including but not limited to:

Whether your child has been wrongfully accused or is facing life-altering consequences for a single mistake, our firm can help you understand your options and work to protect your child’s future.

Our Approach to Juvenile Criminal Charges

At Grewal Law PLLC, we understand how being charged with a crime can negatively affect your child’s future. A conviction could dramatically alter his or her life forever. Because of this, our juvenile crimes attorneys in Michigan work tirelessly to create a solid defense strategy based on listening to your child’s side of the story and thorough investigations.

Every case is different and our attorneys work to build personalized defenses for each and every client. Depending on the particular type of charge your child is facing—be it a gang-related offense, drug crime, theft charge, or criminal sexual conduct—we may work to have their case transferred to the juvenile consent calendar. This option allows your child to have their record cleared provided that they follow the program’s guidelines and complete treatment. If this option is not available to your child, we will look for alternative defense strategies aimed at protecting your child’s rights. Our attorneys are prepared to serve as the dedicated legal guide and fierce advocate your child and your family deserve.

Schedule a complimentary and confidential case evaluation by calling our office at (888) 211-5798. We are proud to serve clients throughout the state of Michigan.