Has your child been charged with DUI as a Juvenile in Georgia?
One of the toughest things a family can go through is the arrest of their child. The disappointment is compounded when it is for DUI. One the most important things to know is that even though the crime is charged in a Georgia Juvenile Court, it can have lifetime implications.
The reason it can affect your child is that your child's drivers records, his/her MVR, goes back to the date of legal driving. As a result, it will reflect offenses and convictions before the age of 17. So, if you child is charged with a Georgia Juvenile DUI, the outcome of the case will be reflected on their adult driving record for life. The result can be seen by school admissions and potential employers. It will most certainly have life-time consequences.
There is help - We can help protect your child's permanent criminal record:
Our Georgia Juvenile Court Attorneys know how to deal with Juvenile DUI. Our office is staffed with a former Juvenile Court Prosecutor and a Former Juvenile Court Public Defender. We know the system and put the skills of our Georgia Juvenile Court Lawyers to work for your family. No case is hopeless. There are always alternatives and possibilities to keep the DUI off your child's permanent record. Let us help you today. Call now.