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Corona Juvenile Crimes Lawyer

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Does your child face criminal charges? Then he or she has the right to an attorney, a right that you should fully utilize to ensure that your child's future and freedom are preserved. You deserve to have exceptional legal counsel on your side. With Michael J. LaCilento, Attorney at Law, you can successfully navigate the juvenile delinquency or adult court process.

Why pick me as your Corona juvenile crimes attorney?


  • I am on call 24/7 to answer your legal questions
  • I am Ivy League school graduate from Columbia University
  • My defense is backed by 20 years of legal experience
  • I offer free initial consultations

As I am a solo practitioner, this means that you can know you are working directly with your attorney. It is my aim to always be accessible to my clients, and I answers phone calls around the clock. I can provide aggressive defense when you need it most.

Not sure where to start? Discover possible defense strategies and legal routes in your free initial consultation. Don't hesitate to call my juvenile crime defense firm today!

Experienced Juvenile Crime Defense in Riverside County

If you or your child faces a juvenile crime charges, know that youthful offenders have fewer constitutional rights in juvenile courts than defendants in an adult court have. For instance, minors do not have the right to a jury trial when in juvenile delinquency proceedings.

However, the potential sentences for a juvenile offense are often aimed at rehabilitation instead of mere incarceration for the sake of public safety. The penalties could include a sentence of court supervision while your child still lives with you, a foster family, or an institution. Other sentences could involve a probation camp or ranch, or juvenile detention.

If a minor who is at least 14 years old faces certain charges, such as murder, arson, rape, or armed robbery, then he or she could be tried as an adult, facing adult criminal sentences. As a Corona criminal attorney with 20 years of proven legal experience, I know how to deliver the skilled, tenacious advocacy that you need—no matter how complex the case.

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Don't hesitate to find the client-focused representation you need. You can reach my firm at any time of day or night. I am prepared to review your legal options with you, and to begin working on a powerful defense. Get time—and a seasoned defender—on your side today. Call Michael J. LaCilento, Attorney at Law to start finding your personalized defense strategies.

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Work with an experienced juvenile crimes attorney in Corona today.

  • Why Choose My Firm?

    With numerous years' experience, I know how to get results.

    Find Out More
  • Experienced Family Lawyer

    My goal is to secure successful outcomes for my clients.

    How I Can Help You
  • Aggressive Defense

    Facing an arrest? We defend against criminal charges.

    Criminal Defense
  • Read Reviews & Endorsements

    See what others have to say about my firm's legal counsel.

    Testimonials
Michael J. LaCilento, Attorney at Law - Corona Attorney
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