Have a read of this youth court guide or give it to someone who can help you to read it. It gives you some basic things you need to know if you have to go to court.
When your child has been accused of a crime, the shock and fear of them losing their liberty can be unbearable. While a case is ongoing, most children and young people will be allowed youth bail.
When a child or young person appears in the youth court, the whole system can be complicated and scary. The rules on youth court sentences can be difficult to understand. We understand that this is a problem and have produced a free guide to youth court sentencing.
The Youth Court and the Youth Criminal Justice System for children and young people between 10 and 17 years old
Being prosecuted for a criminal offence can be an unpleasant ordeal for an adult. For a child or youth it can be a terrible experience. But it is not something that a child or young person should have to go through without someone fighting for them.
Going through criminal proceedings can be a daunting experience, especially if it’s for the first time. This introduction to criminal law should give you some idea of the main principles and procedures.
Mary Monson Solicitors have been successfully applying for bail week in week out over the last five decades in both the Magistrates Court and on serious matters in the Crown Court.
When looking for a criminal solicitor, it can be daunting knowing what questions to ask, and when you are going through proceedings a lot of the language can seem strange and complicated.
When the Police knock at the door, or arrest a person at home or elsewhere, the shock of being interrogated can be very distressing. What happens at the Police Station can be absolutely critical in deciding the case and we would always advise somebody to have a lawyer present with them for a Police Station Interview.