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When your child is accused of felonious acts in Ohio

Nothing feels quite so overwhelming as finding out that your minor child is suddenly facing accusations of criminal behavior. As parents, we want to believe we understand our children well enough to feel confident that they are becoming law-abiding citizens. Allegations of committing felony crimes is life-shattering in many ways and without immediate attention can result in lengthy prison terms that may color a child's life for as long as he or she lives.

What can parents do when the unthinkable happens and their juvenile must face the legal system in defense of felony crimes? Before anything else happens, parents should seek capable legal assistance, especially if they wish to keep their child out of adult courtrooms. Younger children do not have to face adult court, but older teenagers accused of felony crimes may be treated as an adult.

The reason it is so important to avoid adult courts when possible is the long-lasting consequences that go hand-in-hand with being tried as an adult. Juvenile courts have a different overall agenda than adult courts, which will greatly benefit the youth and his or her family.

One of the most advantageous aspects of juvenile court as opposed to the adult system is its rehabilitative focus. The juvenile system seeks to assist youths in redirecting their lives. Such a proactive approach can make all the difference in how youths behave going forward. Typically, it means a positive deviation from potentially dangerous behaviors. This approach can also fill youths with a sense of purpose and put them on the path to becoming a productive and important member of Ohio's population.

If you want to learn more about how to save your child from getting lost in the Ohio legal system, explore the many pages on our site which focus on Ohio criminal defense.

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