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Juvenile Defense Attorney in Lake County

Protecting Minors Charged with an Offense

A minor can be charged with a variety of crimes in Illinois, and as a parent, you may be feeling anxious about your child's future. Attorney Albert L. Wysocki understands that each child's case can be different, and while the overall goal of the juvenile justice system is to rehabilitate minors and release them back to society as productive citizens, a criminal record can be hard to shake. The moment your child is arrest or summoned to juvenile court, you need to contact Albert L. Wysocki right away and schedule a consultation!

Juvenile offenders face a different legal process than adult offenders; however, their futures and rights are still on the line. Some prosecutors will even look to try minors in an adult court to prove a point or make an example out of a child. If your child is facing any of the following offenses, you can turn to the experienced Mr. Wysocki:

Take action today. Contact Albert L. Wysocki!

If you have any questions or concerns about your situation, it is important that you contact Albert L. Wysocki right away. His firm can aggressively pursue a favorable resolution to your case and ensure that your child's rights and are freedom are protected. When you work with a trusted legal defender, such as Albert L. Wysocki, you can be confident that your case is in good hands.

Attorney Albert L. Wysocki is a former judge, prosecutor, and chief deputy sheriff and you can be sure that he can use this experience to help ensure that each client's case is handled in a timely and professional manner. Contact Albert L. Wysocki today and schedule a consultation with an experienced Lake County criminal defense attorney now!

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325 Washington Street, Suite 200
Waukegan, IL 60085

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