In today’s world, nothing gets written off as “kids will be kids” any more.
If your child has been charged with a crime, it is important to fight to keep it off their record.
Don’t let the law close doors on your child’s future
From being ineligible for scholarships to affecting your child’s application prospects, a conviction could have dire consequences.
Yes, you want to teach your children about character – they should have to face the music if they committed a crime, but NOT at the expense of their education!
Let Oleisky & Oleisky be your child’s advocate
In juvenile court, you appear before only a judge – there’s no jury to appeal to.
Your lawyer has to be able to speak on your child’s behalf and find a way to let the judge see your child’s act for it is – a kid’s mistake.
Don’t believe the movies – your record ISN’T wiped clean at age 18
- DWI / DUI
- Drug offenses
- Criminal sexual conduct
- Traffic violations
- Gun charges
- Gross misdemeanor
- Petty misdemeanor