Kids make mistakes, and do not have an appreciation of how their actions can affect the rest of their lives. One of the biggest misconceptions about juvenile cases are that juvenile offenses are not taken seriously and that they “come off your record” once a person turns 18 years of age. This is simply not always true. Juvenile adjudications can create prohibitions that will continue into adulthood. If a juvenile is charged with a similar crime in adulthood, the juvenile offense may have an effect on the adult case. We have the skill and experience necessary to protect your child and their future.