Few moments are as scary for parents as when their children get in trouble with the law. “Will they be put in detention?”, “How much trouble are they in?”, and “How will this affect their future?” are just some of the questions most parents have when their child have committed a crime. At Repko Law, LLC, we understand these questions and concerns, and are here to help juveniles and their families navigate the juvenile justice system and obtain the best outcome possible.
At Repko Law, LLC, we understand that Juvenile offenders are not like adults. We know that the mistakes they make do not necessarily make them criminals. But we also know that, while juveniles generally do not face the same penalties as adults who commit similar crimes, the consequences of their actions can still be serious. As a result, we work hard to make sure that children are not treated as criminals, and work tirelessly to defend each juvenile to minimize the impact their lapse in judgment will have on their life, both now and in the future. Regardless of whether it is a summary offense, a misdemeanor or a felony, parents and children need an experienced juvenile defense attorney who will fight to protect their child and get them best possible results.
Our attorneys work closely with each juvenile, and his/her parents, to both aggressively defend them from the charges they are facing, as well as to compassionately help them understand why they committed the crime and suggest ways to avoid similar conduct in the future. We are also experienced with alternative programs for juveniles and will work hard to resolve any child’s case through a diversionary program like the Youth Aid Panel or an Informal Adjustment.
At Repko Law, LLC, we are here to help your child when they commit a crime. We have the experience to eliminate or minimize the penalties your child is facing, and we are committed to getting your child “a second chance” so they don’t suffer the consequences of their mistakes for the rest of their lives. We are also familiar with all of your child’s options including:
- Youth Aid Panel
- Informal adjustments
- Consent decrees
- Adjudication hearings
- Disposition hearings
- Truancy Matters
So if your child is facing a summary, misdemeanor or felony charge, call the attorneys at Repko Law, LLC so we can help.
If your child is in trouble, contact Repko Law, LLC today at 215-348-9500 to discuss your options with an experienced juvenile defense attorney.