When your child is charged with a crime, it can feel like your world is turned upside down. The stress of worrying about your child’s freedom and their future can be overwhelming, and you want to be sure your child has an advocate fighting for them in juvenile court.
Most criminal defense attorneys concentrate their practice on adult cases and rarely practice in juvenile court. These lawyers often lack the experience and knowledge to effectively represent juveniles. Jessica Agnich has the experience to successfully handle juvenile as well as adult criminal cases, and she regularly attends trainings in this legal field in order to stay apprised of current juvenile laws.
If you are a parent whose child is facing a juvenile delinquency case in California, it is very important to get an experienced juvenile defense attorney to help your child. Jessica understands that your child's future is at stake, and she will zealously advocate for your child throughout the juvenile court process.
NOTE: Rule 3-310 (f) of the California Rules of Professional Conduct provides in part:
“A member shall not accept compensation for representing a client from one other than the client unless… There is no interference with the member’s independence of professional judgment or with the client-lawyer relationship…”
If you hire Jessica Agnich to represent your child, it means that your child is her client, and she will not accept fee payments if it would result in any interference with the exercise of Jessica’s independent legal judgment in connection with your child’s case.
To speak with an experienced juvenile defense attorney, contact the Law Office of Jessica Agnich for a free legal consultation.