If your child is accused of committing a crime in Wisconsin, he is only a juvenile if he is under 17 years old.

There are few Wisconsin attorneys in private practice with the experience to effectively represent juveniles in delinquency court. Maciolek Law Group has represented hundreds of children in court, defending their rights. It is our firm belief that any help or treatment that your child needs should come from family, not the County or the State.

A juvenile can be charged with any crime just as if he were an adult. Some common examples are:

  • Battery
  • Drug possession
  • Delivery of Drugs
  • Possession of Child Pornography
  • Sexual Assault
  • Burglary
  • Robbery
  • Theft
  • Retail Theft

An adjudication of delinquency (or a conviction) can have life-altering consequences for a young person. A juvenile record, while sealed, can often be discovered by future employers, higher education institutions, or law enforcement agencies. Juveniles can also be required to register as sex offenders under some circumstances.

Fortunately, we provide legal tactics that can stop juvenile court before it even starts, and if it does, we have resources and strategies to avoid adjudication for juveniles.

Maciolek Law Group has over a decade of experience defending juveniles and has the skills to win the case.