Farmington Hills Juvenile Crime Attorney
Juvenile Defense Lawyer with Victories in Oakland County & Throughout Michigan
Having your child arrested and charged with a crime is emotional and frightening. However, it’s important to think clearly and hire an attorney as soon as possible. Depending on the age of your child and the type of charge he or she is facing, keeping the trial in juvenile court may be the first battle your lawyer needs to win. Obtaining experienced representation for your child can mean the difference between going through life as a convicted felon and facing life with a clean criminal record. That’s why parents of minor defendants call me, Daniel D. Hajji, Attorney at Law.
As an experienced Farmington Hills juvenile crimes attorney, I know good kids sometimes find themselves in bad situations. With 20 years of defense experience at the highest levels of Michigan law, I can fight their charges through every step of the process. My mission is to make sure your child has a chance to face the future with a clean record. Your family deserves a defense attorney who gets results, and I am proud to be that attorney for countless people throughout Michigan.
Call me at (248) 599-0054 for a free and 100% confidential consultation. I provide cost-effective representation through flat fees and payment plans.
Why You Need an Aggressive Juvenile Crimes Defense Attorney in Michigan
As an experienced juvenile crime defense lawyer, I know the specific challenges your child may be facing in their case. For example, prosecutors often prefer to try older children as adults. That’s why I focus my effort on first keeping your child’s case in the juvenile court system. Juvenile court treats child offenders very differently than an adult court, so it’s beneficial to keep your child’s case in a juvenile court. Once their case is firmly in the juvenile system, I can get to work figuring out the best defense strategy for your child.
Juvenile court emphasizes rehabilitation of young offenders, so penalties are geared toward helping the child change direction and channel their youthful energy into constructive activities. Usually, after completing all juvenile court requirements such as probation or community service, a juvenile’s record will be expunged to help them have a chance at a normal life.
Michigan Juvenile Courts & Their Impact on a Child’s Life
If your child planned on attending college or moving out on their own, they might not be able to once they’re convicted of a crime. Many colleges will not accept students who have a criminal record. Additionally, a lender or a landlord may reject an application for a loan or apartment if they know that the applicant has a criminal history. Even if a child does not attend college in the future, a serious enough criminal record could prevent them from finding work in the future.
It is always important to retain the help of a Farmington Hills juvenile crimes attorney if your child is up against any type of criminal charges. At my office, I have seen virtually all types of juvenile crimes, from cases of petty theft or shoplifting to DUI and drug crimes. I am prepared to defend your child from the state, no matter what sort of charges they’re facing.
Whether your son or daughter is under the age of 16 or almost 18, it is important to get them the legal help that they need. I, Daniel D. Hajji, Attorney at Law, have been fighting for those facing juvenile charges since 2002. Every person deserves to have their story heard and to have their rights protected. I accomplish these things by providing experienced and caring legal representation for every client. I truly care for the future of those I represent and will investigate every case thoroughly to create a compelling defense.
To find out how I’ll help your child, contact me today at (248) 599-0054 for a free consultation.
I fight for the rights of juveniles across Michigan, including those in Farmington Hills, Bloomfield, Troy, Southfield, Rochester Hills, Pontiac, Royal Oak, Novi, and all surrounding areas.