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Juvenile crime defense

Conviction of a juvenile crime can damage a child’s future, crippling his or her chances of eligibility in certain colleges, limiting scholarships, and reducing his or her choice of future occupations. It is critical to work with an experienced juvenile defense attorney who has an understanding of the juvenile court system and its unique set of rules and procedures. Working with a dedicated lawyer can make the difference between your child learning a valuable lesson or living with his or her mistake permanently. We will fight for a resolution that promises the best possible future. Call us at 302-777-3370.

A juvenile can be arrested for the same crimes as an adult. In some cases, prosecutors may seek to have him or her tried as an adult as well, depending on the seriousness of the crime. Gregory M. Johnson is an experienced juvenile crime lawyer who will fight for your child to have his or her case heard in juvenile court and will work diligently to protect the future and freedom of your child. As a parent, it is difficult to be objective regarding the future of your child following an arrest. We can help you to understand your options.

Delaware juvenile crime defense lawyer

Juvenile crimes can involve a number of misdemeanor and felony offenses, including:

If your child has been convicted of a crime

A former prosecutor, Gregory M. Johnson has over 18 years of legal expertise and is ready to fight for your rights.

For any questions regarding juvenile defense, give us a call today:


• Theft

• Drug possession

• Drug crimes


• Assault

• Robbery

Criminal defense attorney Gregory M. Johnson understands the adverse effects that a juvenile conviction can have on a young person’s future. With a thorough knowledge of the juvenile court system, we are dedicated to helping you find a successful outcome. It is important to call as soon as possible to ensure that the rights of your child are protected.