Protecting Your Child's Rights and Future
The Ohio juvenile criminal justice system functions similarly to that of
the adult courts, with the exception that youth accused of crimes do not
have the right to a jury trial. More importantly, while certain juvenile
records can be sealed upon a child's coming of age, juvenile delinquency
charges can have a long-lasting effect on a child's future.
For this reason, having an experienced Crawford County juvenile delinquency
attorney on your child's side can be crucial to protecting his or
her future. At The Stone Law Firm, LTD, we care about protecting the rights
of youth within our community. If your son or daughter has been arrested,
we provide experienced representation tailored to safeguarding his or
her long-term well-being.
What has your child been arrested for?
Discuss these charges
with us today.
Diligent Defense from Crawford County Juvenile Defense Attorneys
A juvenile conviction - especially for a sex offense or violent crime -
can significantly affect a child's ability to get into college, obtain
a job or serve in the military when he or she becomes an adult. At The
Stone Law Firm, LTD, we provide skilled juvenile advocacy sensitive to
our clients' needs and family situation.
We are passionate about defending young clients accused of:
- Underage drinking
- Disorderly conduct or vandalism
- Robbery or burglary
- Assault or gang violence
- Other violent crimes
- Sex crimes
- Weapons violations
Because we understand the short- and long-term consequences of juvenile
conviction, we work diligently to obtain outcomes that protect your child's
rights and minimize any negative effects on his or her future.
Committed to the Future of Our Community's Youth
In addition to our legal services, our lead lawyer, Adam Stone, spends
much of his time contributing to community initiatives geared toward youth
education and development in Crawford County, Ohio. He serves as a member
of the Bucyrus City Schools Board of Education, the Bucyrus Education
Foundation, Bucyrus United in Learning & Development project, and
the Bucyrus Boys' Council. He is also actively involved in the Crawford
County SPARC Mentoring program with the Bucyrus city schools. Our community
recognizes him as one of the leading mentors of youth in our neighborhood.
For more information about juvenile law defense, schedule a
with our team today by
calling (419) 610-2032.