If you are under the age of 18 and commit an act prohibited by Virginia law, your case will be prosecuted in the Juvenile and Domestic Relations Court (JDR). These cases are handled differently than cases for adults in General District Court. Your juvenile criminal and traffic attorney should take the time to discuss the details of your case in order to prepare a suitable defense.
Our Fairfax juvenile defense lawyer serves clients throughout Northern Virginia, including Fairfax, Prince William, Loudoun, Arlington, and many more. Please visit our Areas Served page for a complete list.
You likely have several questions and concerns that are specific to your case or your child’s case. Protect your future and contact an experienced Virginia juvenile defense lawyer as soon as possible. Contact Robinson Law, PLLC today at: (703) 542-4008 or email us at MAR@CriminalAttorneyVA.com Consultations are completely free of charge.
The primary goal of Virginia’s juvenile justice system is rehabilitation. Although some crimes mean strict punishments, the emphasis is on bettering the youth’s future.
There are several differences between the juvenile and adult justice systems. One of the most apparent differences is the language used.
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