Don’t Let A Juvenile Offense Limit Your Options

We all make mistakes, and young people often make more of them than adults do. That doesn't mean that children don't have to worry when they run afoul of the law. A juvenile offense is still a criminal act that goes on your record. Immediate punishments can include community service time, fines, fees and even jail. More significant is that your child's record will be there for the rest of their life. A criminal record, even for juvenile acts, can cost your child from getting into the right college, getting a good job and can restrict important life events.

The outcome of the case matters, and you need an advocate who knows what it as stake and how to limit those concerns. Bruce Ashworth, Attorney at Law, is an experienced Arlington lawyer with a detailed knowledge of Texas' complex legal system. He has more than 30 years of experience in criminal law in courts across North Texas and is board certified in criminal law.

Forming A Strategy That Works For You

Bruce Ashworth, Attorney at Law, works directly with clients to make sure he finds the best solutions to your problems. Mr. Ashworth will talk to you about the legal details and any possible outcomes so you can make an informed, realistic strategy to help your child through a difficult situation. He is open and honest about your case so there are no surprises along the way.

His juvenile defense experience includes:

  • DWI/DUI
  • Drug charges
  • Theft offenses
  • Criminal mischief
  • Burglary
  • Assault
  • Sex crimes
  • Other juvenile offenses

He also helps clients seek expungement and orders of nondisclosure, which are two ways to clear or shield a criminal record from potential employers later in life. Select juvenile offenses may qualify for either procedure, which opens further opportunity for your child's future.

Finding Solutions That Work For You

For a free consultation, send an email or call 817-789-4717 to discuss your case in further detail. Bruce Ashworth, Attorney at Law, works closely with clients to guide them through an unfamiliar situation.