Help For Juveniles Facing Multiple Sex Crime Charges

When a juvenile is charged with one sex crime, the consequences can be severe. Add another sex crime to his or her record, and the consequences are life-altering.

Why Multiple Charges As A Youth Last For A Lifetime

Why? Minnesota juveniles who are charged with multiple counts of sex crimes on separate occasions must register as sex offenders for the rest of their lives.

People who have been forced to register as sex offenders in Minnesota must alert authorities whenever they move. Their names are placed on a public sex offender registry. They often face severe public scrutiny, even when their crimes were committed as juveniles.

They are marked as sex offenders for life, despite the fact that their juvenile records are sealed. This is not something to take lightly, even if your child was able to avoid serious penalties the first time around.

Do not let multiple sex crime charges destroy your child's future. Instead, contact experienced juvenile defense attorney Christa Groshek at Groshek Law in Minneapolis by calling 612-424-5829.

Additionally, sex crime charges, especially multiple charges at different times, can cause a juvenile to be charged as an adult through extended juvenile jurisdiction (EJJ) or adult certification.

Seek The Help Of An Experienced Juvenile Defense Attorney

There are other options. It is possible to defend against sexual assault and other sex crime charges.

Our legal team is made up of experienced trial lawyers who have deep understanding of the juvenile justice system. We will use that knowledge to provide a vigorous defense against the charges you or your child face.

Many criminal defense attorneys do not understand the unique challenges juveniles face when they have been charged with rape or another sex crime. Founding attorney Christa Groshek has represented numerous juveniles facing serious criminal charges in both juvenile court and adult criminal court, including:

  • First-time allegations
  • Rape
  • Other violent offenses

We understand how to overcome these significant challenges and protect our young clients' futures. To discuss your options and your child's future, send us an email or call us at 612-424-5829.