Juvenile Crimes

Truancy Laws in California

by Alejandro Figueroa | Mar 06, 2017 | Juvenile Crimes

California’s state Constitution declares public education to be an essential and fundamental right for all. The state takes public education very seriously and has strict attendance requirements for all students between the ages of 6 and 18. Children between these ages who are frequently absent or tardy – as well as their parents – are… read more

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Juvenile Crimes in California

by Alejandro Figueroa | Feb 18, 2016 | Juvenile Crimes

Being charged with a crime as a youth offender is terrifying for both the alleged offender and the child’s family. The child is scared of the repercussions his or her actions will have on family, school, personal life, and future, and the parents want nothing more than to protect their child and ensure that his… read more

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