South Florida Juvenile Defense Attorney
Defending Your Rights!
Take a breath and feel better; you have now taken your first step towards protecting yourself and/or your loved ones. The Law Offices of W.G. Koreman has been successfully defending juveniles in South Florida for over 30 years. We’re experienced juvenile defense lawyers that truly understand the South Florida courts. Whether you’re dealing with a serious juvenile offense or a minor issue, Bill Koreman's Ft. Lauderdale juvenile defense attorneys are committed to providing you the best possible defense. As such, we offer our clients a Guarantee of Excellence.
If a loved one is accused of a juvenile offense in South Florida, you should immediately speak with a juvenile criminal defense lawyer. A Ft. Lauderdale juvenile defense attorney, such as Bill Koreman, can possibly reduce/remove fines, reduce/remove jail time and even have you found not guilty of the crime. Complete our free consultation form and one of our friendly staff will contact you shortly about your situation.
Or call us directly at (954) 966-7716 and discuss your situation with one of our attorneys for free. One of our experienced South Florida juvenile criminal defense lawyers are happy to assist you.
Juvenile Defense in South Florida & Ft. Lauderdale
With more than 30 years of experience representing minors, The Law Offices of W.G. Koreman is an experiened Ft. Lauderdale Juvenile Defense Firm. Bill Koreman, a top juvenile defense attorney, has detailed knowledge of the South Florida juvenile justice system. Mr. Koreman is personally familar with the courts, judges and prosecutors in Fort Lauderdale and throughout South Florida. A juvenile defense lawyer that knows exactly what to expect from the prosecution and judge can provide you with an crucial advantage. It is important that your child has the best possible chance for success with their case and their future.
Potential Consequences of Juvenile Conviction in South Florida
The Law Offices of W.G. Koreman handle a wide array of cases involving minors.
- Drug offenses
- Shop Lifting
- Robbery and burglary
- Underage drinking
- Sex offenses and misconduct
- Assault and battery
- Criminal mischief and vandalism
- Weapons offenses
- Expungement and sealing records
Although the goal of the Juvenile System is not to punish offenders but rather rehabilitate; minors still face severe penalties such as probation, residential treatment programs and juvenile prisons. A juvenile record can jeopardize your child's future career and educational opportunities. Furthermore, if convicted of a crime, a child can be placed in a situation with other more serious juvenile offenders escalating their association with bad influences. An experienced juvenile defense lawyer, such as Bill Koreman can fight to minimize the impact on your child's life.
Whether or not this is your child's first encounter with the South Florida legal system, we can help. Complete our free consultation form and one of our friendly staff will contact you shortly about your situation or call us directly at (954) 966-7716.
South Florida & Ft. Lauderdale Juvenile Defense Attorney
As your child's juvenile defense attorney, we are dedicated to providing the best possible defense. Our Firm will thoroughly investigate all the facts to present a complete picture of the situation to the court. We will also utilze our knowledge of the South Florida's local juvenile justice system to help reduce and/or remove the impact on your child's life. In many cases we will be abled to have the charges reduced or dismissed.
In some cases, generally involving violence and weapons, the prosecution can attempt to have a minor tried as an adult. In these types of cases, The Law Offices of W.G. Koreman will fight to keep your child in the juvenile system, away from the harsher penalties of the adult court.
Juvenile Criminal Defense Lawyer in South Florida & Fort Lauderdale
To learn how we can help you fight a juvenile offense accusation, please request a free consultation. The Law Offices of W.G. Koreman represent minors throughout South Florida, Broward County, Dade County and Palm Beach County including Ft. Lauderdale, Miami, Hollywood, Boca Raton and Pembroke Pines.