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Juvenile Facing Murder Charges as An Adult

by | Sep 20, 2017 | Criminal Defense, In the News, Juvenile Crime

Bucyrus criminal defense lawyer Adam Stone has been appointed to represent a 14-year-old charged in connection with the tragic passing of another young person. The incident happened this Sunday in what police are referring to as an isolated incident. They were called to the scene late Sunday evening. The decedent was taken to an area hospital where he eventually died of his injuries.

The decedent’s sister was sleeping when she was roused by a loud noise she described as a “firecracker” outside her house. While the response to the accident was immediate, the decedent died on the way to the hospital.

Charged For Crime

Police arrested our client, and he is charged with murder, tampering with evidence, obstructing official business, and burglary. The state of Ohio is trying to bind our 14-year-old to be tried as an adult under the charge of murder. Our aggressive and experienced legal team is arguing to close the proceedings in juvenile court, due to his young age. We are also attempting to gag the parties from discussing the case anymore, and we also have the probable cause hearing for the murder allegations.

The case is still being investigated by Sandusky County officials.

Our firm was founded by Attorney Adam C. Stone based on the idea that everyone deserves effective representation. Our skilled Bucyrus juvenile crime attorney works relentlessly to provide his clients with individual attention and ensures his representation adapts to fit each unique situation. If your child has been accused of a crime, let us help. Our staff will do everything possible to understand your legal issue, explain your options, and help you develop a customized strategy to meet you and your child’s legal goals. Let us see how we can help.

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