An Aggressive Approach To Juvenile Defense

Young people have their whole lives ahead of them. When they are accused of a crime, a lot hangs in the balance. Their education, career paths, freedom and reputation are on the line.

At Bilello & Soowal, PLLC, our lawyers provide an aggressive defense for students and juveniles facing criminal charges. They represent juveniles at the school disciplinary level as well as in any lawsuits or criminal charges that result from the allegations. As experienced attorneys focusing on education law and related areas, they know what’s at stake, and they will fight hard to protect you or your student.

The Juvenile Justice System In Florida

Juvenile cases are handled differently than adult crimes. However, the consequences can be just as serious. Our attorneys are very familiar with the juvenile justice process, and they will work diligently to protect your child from harsh consequences that could have a lifelong impact.

Common Juvenile Charges

Our lawyers frequently handle juvenile charges involving:

  • Violent fights at school leading to assault and battery charges
  • Weapons offenses related to bringing knives or guns to school
  • Sexual harassment or assault cases involving allegations of sexual misconduct
  • Criminal trespassing charges

Our attorneys know the ins and outs of navigating these and other allegations. They can identify the strongest path forward, whether that means fighting to get the charges dropped or reduced, pursuing a diversionary program or advocating for less harsh consequences.

Protect Your Child’s Future With Help From Our Team

As a parent, few things are more scary than knowing that the course of your child’s entire life may change based on serious allegations that land them in legal trouble. You don’t have to face the legal system alone.

Our lawyers will take your child’s case seriously and pursue every avenue for protecting their future. To learn more, please reach out to our offices in Orlando and Deerfield Beach. You can also call 866-335-1513.