Juvenile Criminal Sexual Conduct Attorneys
Defending You from Lifelong Consequences
Every year, more and more juveniles are charged with criminal sexual conduct in the State of Michigan. For good or bad, mores have changed and criminal sexual conduct is now one of the most common juvenile offenses.
There are many – many – differences between being charged with a sex crime as a juvenile and as an adult. The one thing that is certainly the same, however, is that a conviction as a juvenile can have far-reaching consequences that can linger for life.
That makes the stakes high. Very high. No one wants to see a mistake in judgement become a scarlet letter for life.
It’s crucial to have seasoned attorneys – experienced with both sex crimes and working with juveniles and their families - on the case, preferably before there are formal charges.
Smith Blythe P.C. has that experience.
Please don’t wait, call us – the sooner we start on a matter the better.
Exploring All Options
Smith Blythe, PC, has represented clients as young as eight years old, as well as countless pre-teens and teenagers charged with a variety of sex crimes. Whether your child is innocent and has been falsely accused or is technically guilty of violating a law, we can and will help.
In either case we will meet with you and discuss every option, then optimize the best course of action available under the circumstances to achieve the best possible outcome.
We often represent adolescents who have been accused of:
- Sexting pictures to one another
- Having sex with underage participants (even if the defendant is underage themselves)
Criminal Sexual Conduct
Working to Keep Juveniles Off of the Sex Offender Registry
Even though they may be under age, a juvenile convicted of a convicted of a sex crime may be required to register as a sex offender – even after they become an adult.
We understand the major implications sex offender registration can have on individuals. One of our top priorities is to help your child remain off the registry.
Talk to us about your options.
Learn more by calling us at (248) 213-9331 and scheduling your free consultation today!