Protecting Your Juvenile’s Future Rights

Any crime committed by a person under the age of 18 is considered a juvenile crime. When we are young, our lack of experience and/or foresight, poor judgment, or immature decision-making can lead to harsher consequences than expected. However, juvenile criminal charges do not need to harm your child's potential or future if handled professionally and correctly.

Juvenile cases utilize different court rules and procedures than adult cases and are heard and decided by specific Judges and Court Masters. Our legal staff has years of experience in this highly specified area of practice. At Barber Law Group, we have built an impressive record of supporting and defending juvenile offenders and their families. While most Northern Nevada criminal attorneys focus their practice on high-profile, adult, criminal defense, our firm specializes in misdmeanor; gross-misdemeanor; and juvenile criminal defense, which affords us the experience and exposure necessary to properly and ardently negotiate and defend your child's case.

If your minor child has been charged with a juvenile crime, whether a misdemeanor; gross misdemeanor; or felony, an experienced attorney can make a monumental difference in the negotiation and resolution of the charges. From strategic communication with charging district attorneys to challenging court appearances, Barber Law Group will put our experience and skill to work to protect your child's rights.

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If you need aggressive advocacy that’s tailored to your precise needs, we are ready, willing, and able to take your case. If that means occasionally playing hardball on your behalf, that is exactly what we’re prepared do. Some less charitable firms might even say that’s what we’re known for. And as our opponents well know ...

"You don’t want Barber Law Group against you!"

Your case is a serious matter, and you deserve the brightest, most experienced minds available, steering you through the complicated structure which is Nevada Law. When so much is riding on the line, Barber Law Group will protect you, your rights, and your assets.
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