OF YOUR JUVENILE CASES
Whether you are guilty or not, getting charged with a crime can change your life drastically. Trust StrongPoint Law for reliable advice on juvenile law cases. We’ll build a strong case and fight aggressively to get you justice.
When your child is charged with a crime as a juvenile, you need the best legal support. It is important to take juvenile charges seriously – first for the good of the child, and secondly out of concern for his or her criminal record which may later haunt them as an adult.
The outcome of the case can have a long-lasting impact on your child’s future and affect your child’s college, work position, and driver’s license.
Our attorneys have the right knowledge and extensive experience to handle the following cases:
- Juvenile Offender
- Child in need of care
- Drug charges
- Sex offenses
- Violent crimes, including assault and burglary
- Shoplifting and theft charges
- Destruction of property
- DUI or DWI and other alcohol-related arrests
Your child’s future is our priority and concern. Call us today to find out how we can help represent your child.
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“We chose Shawnah as she was highly recommended from a friend. Her knowledge and experience in the foster care system helped us through a difficult adoption. She was straight forward with us, understood our concerns, and we appreciated her willingness to fight for us!”
Foster Care/Adoption Case
“I had several recommendations for attorneys and at the time Jennifer was an unknown name to me. She came as a recommendation from another good divorce attorney who could not commit to the time and complexity my case was likely to involve. As I talked with and consulted other Attorneys, Jennifer reputation for resolving and diffusing difficult cases convinced me she was the one I needed. Though Jennifer was also busy I was pleased when her group was able to balance new clients to fit me in. I was pleased Jennifer took point on my case. I knew it took a team so as it turned out I got a great attorney with an awesome team. I am so glad she took my case because through the three years of my complex and difficult case she always balanced her cases to ensure she and her team could do their best for her clients. I would like to think I was special and though I hope so, I think all her clients feel the same way. Even if she wasn’t as good as she is, I would hire her for her experience, personal qualities and charter.”
“As a father in the state of Kansas, obtaining and continuing to obtain custody is almost unheard of. I am proud to say I represent the small group to which this applies thanks to Shawnah and her expertise. Her ethical standards and her ability to make you feel like your fight is her fight is second to none.”
“We did tons of research for a lawyer and come across Jennifer. After our initial meeting, we knew she was the one and from the first meeting, she really took interest and showed she really cared! Jennifer told us step by step what we needed to do, she kept in contact, suggested things we shouldn’t do, and she treated us like a normal person (a friend) instead of just a “client”. She told us our case was going to take time and always gave us options of what to do as a next step. Jennifer warned us of what was going to happen at court so we were prepared instead of just been thrown to wolves. Every step of the way we felt Jennifer held our hands, had our back, she cared and she listened. Every tear we shed she was there to wipe them away. Every time we wanted to throw the towel in and call it quits or we felt we were fallen she picked us back up. When I see other parents going through something with their kids I always suggest Jennifer. Our end results were exactly what we were going for in court we finally got 50/50 shared parenting time. It was battle after battle but when you have a strong leader of the pack anything is possible.
“Interviewing many attorneys for my divorce I went with Shawnah because her first concern was my children rather than the financial portion of the divorce. All the other attorneys wanted to do discuss was how hard the financial issues of the divorce would be tricky or hard. My first concern was making sure my children were safe. Shawnah has always worked toward their safety.”