What do I need to know about Social Media posting privacy?

Social media posting privacy issues for juveniles is a huge and very serious legal issue in today’s world. Juveniles have extensive opportunities for legal exposure via technology, but do not always have the maturity and responsibility needed to deal with the consequences of their actions. For instance, young people may post and distribute to classmates […]

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When do I need an attorney for a juvenile charge?

If a juvenile offense happens, it is imperative that you obtain the services of an attorney right away. The law requires that juveniles are represented by an attorney, and you will need one when you are notified by the Superior Court for an attorney conference, if not before. If either parent is employed, chances are […]

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What are the consequences of a juvenile charge?

For juveniles who are first-time offenders, the entire justice system has a lot of leeway to craft a remedy that will benefit the child and hopefully keep the child away from further involvement with the justice system Even if a juvenile turns 18 during the court proceedings, generally he/she will still be treated as a […]

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