Helping Your Child Avoid A Challenging Future
As parents, we want to safeguard our children for as long as we can with the hope that we will be able to steer them clear of mistakes that could end up costing them for the rest of their lives.
But while we can’t always be there to help our children make the right decisions, we can help them take the right actions afterward, especially if a mistake could lead to serious criminal consequences.
Providing Your Child With The Strong Defense And Counsel They Need
Many minors underestimate the seriousness of criminal charges, especially misdemeanor offenses. They often mistakenly think that the plea deal being offered by police and prosecutors has their best interests in mind when in actuality it may not.
At S|S|H|W Sevila | Saunders | Huddleston | White, our team of defense attorneys can help you and your child understand the whole picture, not just the one prosecutors want you to see. We give your child a better chance of protecting their rights and future from potentially damaging criminal convictions that could end up costing them entrance into college, future employment and even prevent them from getting a loan.
Our services don’t end after a case is decided. If your son or daughter is eligible, we can help them seek an expungement later in life.
There When You Need Us
People in Leesburg and throughout Virginia know and trust the name S|S|H|W Sevila | Saunders | Huddleston | White because for more than 40 years, we have successfully defended people of all ages — from juveniles to adults — against serious criminal charges.
We represent juveniles who are facing charges for:
- Marijuana possession
- Possession of a prescription drug
- Distributing or selling drugs or controlled substances
- Underage possession of tobacco
- Underage drinking
- Disorderly conduct
- Carrying a weapon on school grounds
- Driving recklessly
- Statutory rape
At SSHW, we believe in protecting the futures of our juvenile clients, which means only taking actions that will provide them with the best outcomes. Whether this means accepting a plea deal or taking matters to trial, we will always seek a resolution that has the least impact on a young person’s life.