Savannah Juvenile Lawyer

Savannah Juvenile Lawyer

The state of Georgia gives children in juvenile court the right to representation by an attorney. If you can’t afford a lawyer, a court-appointed defense attorney can represent your child. To protect a child’s rights, sometimes a lawyer will be appointed even if one has not been requested. If your child has been accused of a crime, discuss your need for a lawyer and reach out to the Turner Firm. We offer free consultations 24-hours a day for children and families in Savannah.

How can I protect my child’s future?

Act now to engage the services of an experienced juvenile defense attorney. By waiting, you stand to lose legal opportunities to save your child’s future. The attorneys at Turner Firm are seasoned in juvenile defense and the tactics that work well in juvenile court. With a wealth of trial and case experience, we can pursue alternative sentencing options to avoid criminal charges that can jeopardize your child’s ability to get a job or pursue higher education.

When is Juvenile Court open and where is it located?

The Chatham County Juvenile Court is open Monday through Friday during normal business hours from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. The physical address is 197 Carl Griffin Drive.

How can my child avoid criminal charges?

Being accused of a crime as a juvenile can impact your child’s job and education prospects as well as their reputation. Allegations, arrests, juvenile detention, having charges on their record, and going through trial may significantly impact your child’s emotional and mental health.

The Turner firm has successful record of winning cases or having sentences reduced for juveniles. Submit your contact information to schedule a free case assessment over the phone or in our office.

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