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Helping Young People Who Face Criminal Charges

Juvenile crimes are handled differently from any other area of law. Depending on the charge, and the age of the offender, the individual could be charged in juvenile court or in adult court. If convicted, a child who is charged as an adult could be serving prison time in an adult prison.

Young Adult And Minor Defense Representation In Georgia

Minors are more likely to be charged as an adult in cases involving rape and murder, where they face the same penalties as an adult.

While the behavior that is being charged may be the same, the legal process of adequately defending a juvenile is not. The lawyer you hire should have a clear understanding of the juvenile court system.

Experience In Defending Young People

My name is Lynne Fleming, and I have been defending the rights of many minors facing juvenile delinquency charges for more than 20 years. I believe that my clients should be just as informed as I am, so I communicate clearly and often.

The repercussions involved in a Georgia juvenile delinquency conviction can affect you or your child for a lifetime. My defense in the courtroom is aggressive while my interactions with my clients are compassionate. At my firm, the Fleming Law, PC, I understand that you are experiencing a range of emotions, and I am here to help you regain control of a situation that likely seems out of control.

Free Consultations With A Chatham County Juvenile Defense Lawyer

To speak with a compassionate Savannah juvenile law attorney, call 912-598-6022 or 800-580-6527. You may also complete an online contact form. My office is open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, and by appointment on the weekends. I represent young people in Bryan County, Chatham County and throughout Georgia.