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Juvenile Defense

Juvenile Arrest? Know Your Rights.

As a parent, your number one priority is your child and their safety. Nowadays, the penalties handed out to juveniles can be shockingly severe, so if your child has been charged with a crime, finding an experienced Maryland juvenile defense lawyer should be your top priority.

A juvenile arrest record can follow your child for their young adult life and cause problems with employment and college. Let the Maryland juvenile defense attorneys at Albers & Associates work with you to help resolve your case.

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Common Juvenile Charges

Young adults are just as capable of breaking the law as grown adults. Juvenile law requires experience and creativity in the courtroom, and we have years of experience representing youths against juvenile charges. Albers & Associates is focused on obtaining positive results from every case we handle. We will work to create an aggressive defense for your child, taking into account the unique facts of your child’s case.

Some of the most common juvenile charges in Maryland include:

  • Sex Crimes
  • Criminal Mischief
  • Petty Theft
  • Drug Charges
  • Minor in Possession of Alcohol
  • Assault
  • Unlawful use of a motor Vehicle

Albers & Associates is skilled in juvenile case law, interviewing witnesses, conducting background checks, performing extensive and meticulous reviews of evidence, and negotiating with the prosecutors and court. From the initial interview to the completion of the trial, our attorneys will be there every step of the way and will ensure the best possible outcome for your child’s case.

Ablers & Associates has law offices throughout Maryland, with convenient locations in Westminster, Towson, Frederick, and Columbia.

Call (443) 457-3890 for a free home consultation. Weekend appointments available.

Criminal Defense FAQs

Can I Appeal My Criminal Case?

If your case was tried in the District Court of Maryland, you do have the right to an appeal which would result in a brand new trial that doesn’t regard the findings of the initial court that tried your case. You have 30 days from the date of sentencing to appeal a case.

Will the State Appoint Me a Defense Attorney?

You may choose to accept legal assistance from a state-appointed lawyer during your trial. However, working with a criminal defense attorney at Albers & Associates means you’ll receive more personalized and dedicated care from a lawyer who is dedicated to aggressively pursuing the best outcome possible for every client they work with.

Why Do I Need a Criminal Defense Attorney for a DUI?

Maryland is one of the states in the U.S. That assesses both administrative and criminal penalties when someone is charged with a DUI. This means that fines, license suspension, and imprisonment are all commonly assessed when a driver has been caught doing so under the influence. The MVA handles most of the administrative charges, but a criminal defense lawyer is necessary if you want to avoid harsher penalties for the criminal charges.