As a child grows up, he or she may begin to realize the potential life holds. The world can be at their disposal.
Do well in school, move onto college and work to fulfill your dreams. Or maybe even bypass college and instead work your way up the ladder at a company and reach the position that you longed for since your first day at work. Or maybe you have the instincts, creativity and passion to become an entrepreneur.
As a child approaches adulthood, the possibilities are endless. But all that could change in a heartbeat if a wrong decision is made and a child is charged with a crime. That bright future could be taken in an instant. Depending on the severity of the charges, juveniles could be facing substantial prison time and a record to haunt them for years down the line.
For over 30 years, the law offices of Kenneth L. Baritz & Associates, P.C., has been serving clients in the greater Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, area, helping to defend them against various criminal law charges they may be facing. Whether you are facing drug charges such as drug trafficking or possession charges, weapons charges such as illegal firearms possession charges, assault or murder, drunk driving or even juvenile crimes such as possession of alcohol by a minor, or underage drinking, you owe it to yourself to consider protecting your rights and your future. This firm has handled all kinds of criminal cases in Philadelphia, and has gained knowledge of the court system and how such cases proceed through the system. Our experience and success speaks for itself, and our clients returning to us shows that many who work with us are satisfied with the results we bring.
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