Experienced Defense For Juvenile Offense Charges
Montana aims to help young people recover from mistakes and pursue successful, productive lives. However, both state and federal juvenile justice programs frequently fail to live up to these goals. Although Montana laws promote community-based prevention of misconduct and crime among 12- to 18-year-olds, law enforcement can lean too heavily into punishing youths.
While this approach may satisfy alleged victims, it can have dramatic consequences for your child. These consequences can go far beyond unreasonable community services or unwarranted restitution – it can severely threaten their present and future job and educational opportunities. When your child is in trouble with the law, it is imperative that you speak with an experienced criminal defense attorney right away. At my firm, The Law Office of Carl B. Jensen Jr., PLLC, I can help your child assert their rights and seek alternatives to damaging legal penalties.
Proven Skills And Strong Advocacy That Meet Your Child’s Needs
I can provide you and your child with close, confident legal guidance through a wide range of charges, including those related to:
- Drug violations
- Drunk driving
- Firearms or other weapons
- Forcible rape
- Violent crimes
From simple misdemeanors to life-altering criminal charges, I will work with you and your child to fully understand the facts of your situation and to build a legal strategy that meets their needs. With over two decades of experience in Montana courts, I have the skills and strong advocacy to ensure that they are treated fairly by the justice system.
Aggressive, Personalized Representation For Your Child’s Future
You want the best for your child and their future – and when your child is accused of a juvenile offense, that means meeting those charges with aggressive, personalized representation. For a detail-oriented attorney who understands that a young person’s mistakes shouldn’t define their life, contact me at The Law Office of Carl B. Jensen Jr., PLLC, in Great Falls. You can schedule a consultation by calling 406-205-0320, or by completing my online form.