Juvenile Criminal Attorney
In the state of Texas, minors ages ten to sixteen will be charged in juvenile court. The difference between a minor and an adult being convicted of a crime is that the minor will not face a jury trial, and the emphasis is on rehabilitation rather than punishment. Juveniles can, however, serve time in a juvenile hall or a youth penitentiary system in a conviction. If you feel that your child is being treated aggressively or unfairly by these systems, an attorney can help you.
If your child has committed a crime, it is imperative that you hire the right attorney. It is a very frightening and difficult time for a family to go through and the right defense lawyer can make all the difference. At Daniel & Hudson, we are committed to making this legal process as smooth and pain-free as possible for you and your child. Brandon Hudson and Douglas Daniel of our firm have over forty years of combined experience in criminal law and are confident in their defense of young people accused of criminal acts, including DWI and more serious
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Has your child committed a juvenile crime?
We know that any legal matter can put a large amount of stress on a family and we are determined to work tirelessly to mitigate the pressure. Our firm is AV rated, board certified in criminal law, and for the past five years has two of the best lawyers in San Antonio. We fight to win, and if your child faces the potential of having their case moved to adult court, we will aggressive oppose this move. We take every possible action to help the young accused to have a bright future after a criminal charge.