If you're looking for an attorney to defend your child from pending criminal charges in the juvenile court of law, we can help you.
At Mastrianni & Seguljic LLC, we understand how difficult and stressful dealing with the juvenile court system can be. Our attorneys will work very hard to minimize the impact of the case on your child's future.
The Juvenile Justice System
The juvenile law system is different from the adult criminal justice system. Any person who is below 18 years of age and is alleged to have committed a crime can be prosecuted in a juvenile court.
Unlike the adult criminal courts, the primary objective of the juvenile justice system is not to punish the offender but to rehabilitate the child. A typical disposition in a child delinquency case is probation.
The juvenile law also covers cases involving parents and the Department of Children and Families (DCF), a state agency specially appointed to investigate complaints of child neglect and child abuse.
Experienced Attorneys to Defend Your Child
With over 20 years of experience as an established law firm, our juvenile law attorneys know exactly how to bring the case to a positive conclusion and help the accused child get the justice, no matter what.
Whether you're being investigated for neglecting a child or if a child has been accused of committing a crime, just get in touch with us before speaking with law officials, police officers, or DCF workers.
It's completely legal to consult an attorney before speaking to any other law officials. Get in touch with us today.
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Partners, Michael W. Mastrianni and Richard M. Seguljic, had previously worked together as associates at the Plainville Law Firm of Koskoff, McMahon & Condon in the early 1980s.
After working at other law firms, they decided to start their own firm in 1998 with an aim to help individuals and families who need legal help.
Attorney Richard M. Seguljic unfortunately passed away in 2015 but his legacy of helping others continues.