Collin County Juvenile Crimes Blog Archives
Has your child been accused of assault or battery in Texas? Being accused of or charged with a crime can […]
Read More About What Is the Difference Between Battery and Assault for Juveniles in Texas?
Yes. Depending on the circumstances of the fight, your child could face assault and battery charges. The consequences of a […]
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By Kristi Tyler Can I bond my child out of juvenile detention? The short answer is, “No.” Unlike a criminal […]
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If your child has been arrested, you have probably been informed that he or she will be having a “juvenile […]
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What is “sealing” a juvenile record? Under Texas Family Code Chapter 58, sealing your juvenile record releases you from the […]
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When your child gets arrested, you may hear about different “sanction levels.” That is because the State of Texas has […]
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Oftentimes we hear about cases where a juvenile will be “tried as an adult.” What does that mean? It means […]
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You often hear about people being in the juvenile criminal justice system. You may wonder “What exactly is the difference […]
Read More About Differences Between the Juvenile Justice System and the Adult Criminal Justice System
Juvenile cases often end in some type of probation, so if your child is going through the juvenile criminal justice […]
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Texas Family Code 53.03 governs “deferred prosecution”. It is a very common outcome in juvenile cases. Deferred prosecution essentially dismisses […]
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