Our attorneys can help you navigate the juvenile justice system.
Juveniles (ages 10 to 18) who are convicted of crimes can face repercussions that range from fines to detention to commitment to the Division of Youth Corrections. What’s more, depending on the offense, the arrest and charge could follow the child throughout life, limiting career options and other privileges. And, because Colorado considers parents accountable for their children’s actions, parents can bear consequences, including community service or even temporary loss of the child. If your child has been arrested, call Robinson & Henry—we’ll mitigate the situation and work on your family’s behalf.