When Juveniles Are Charged With Robbery In Minnesota

When a juvenile is charged with robbery, it is scary for the individual charged and his or her parents. How will the charges affect the child's future? Will there be a lasting criminal record?

As you look for answers to these questions, it is important to understand your legal rights and to seek the help of an experienced juvenile defense lawyer.

Providing You A Skilled Juvenile Robbery Defense Strategy

At Groshek Law in Minneapolis, Minnesota, defense attorney Christa Groshek is experienced in both the adult and juvenile justice systems. She understands the unique needs of minors and how to protect their rights in juvenile court, including defending against attempts by prosecutors to seek extended juvenile jurisdiction (EJJ) or adult certification.

Possible Penalties For Robbery

Robbery, especially armed robbery, is a serious charge that can result in severe penalties. Prosecutors can pursue EJJ or adult certification, which can result in adult charges and prison time.

Christa Groshek has experience filing the necessary motions in these cases to protect your child against being charged as an adult. She understands the resources and programs available to teens who have been charged with a crime, and she will work with the state and the judge to develop a program that is best suited to the needs of the minor.

Call Now For Your Best Chance For Success

Ultimately, our goal at Groshek Law PA is to do what it takes to give our clients the best chance for a successful future. To discuss your juvenile robbery case with a skilled criminal defense lawyer, contact Groshek Law today by calling 612-424-5829 or you may send us an email.