The Law Offices of Daniel P. Weiner represents teenagers, college students and other young people who are facing criminal charges or facing expulsion from school. We know that as a parent you worry about what will happen to your child in the present matter and how it will affect his or her future.
While the juvenile justice system is designed to protect your minor child's constitutional and legal rights:
For all these reasons, you need an experienced attorney like Daniel P. Weiner to navigate your son or daughter through the juvenile or adult criminal justice systems to achieve the most favorable outcome. Our law firm represents young people in Stamford, Greenwich, Darien, New Canaan, Westport, Bridgeport and throughout Fairfield County, Connecticut. Contact a Stamford juvenile lawyer to arrange a free consultation today.
Attorney Weiner has practiced law in Fairfield County since 1977, as a former juvenile prosecutor, as a public defender and in private practice. He is uniquely qualified to represent young people who need juvenile court defense or criminal defense in adult court. Mr. Weiner has handled every level of offense:
Your teenager may face expulsion or exclusion from high school for criminal offenses, for bullying behavior or for truancy, threats or disruption. Mr. Weiner is experienced in handling school board disciplinary hearings.
Our firm also represents college students accused of crimes on campus which may result in both criminal charges and school disciplinary actions as well as college students who get in trouble with the law while home on break in Connecticut.
If your teenager is accused of a major felony, he or she may be tried as an adult or treated as a youthful offender. Mr. Weiner represents youths who have been charged with serious felony crimes such as sexual assault, weapons offenses and burglary.
Contact us by e-mail or by calling 203-348-5846. Our Stamford juvenile lawyer provides honest, straightforward counsel to young adults and parents of minors.
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