Are you, or someone you know, about to appear in the Youth Court? If you are under 18, or are a concerned parent or guardian, you need to contact JD Spicer Zeb’s expert Youth Court solicitors.
If you are due to attend the Youth Court, it is important that you get expert Youth Court representation right away. That is why we recommend that you contact our specialist Youth Court solicitors, as soon as possible, so that we can provide specialist Youth Court advice and support to help secure the best outcome for you.
Our expert Youth Court lawyers have all the necessary knowledge, skill and expertise to present your case in, helping make a positive difference between either being found guilty or not, or getting a custodial or non-custodial sentence.
Are you looking for an experienced Youth Court solicitor?
When you instruct our team of criminal defence solicitors at JD Spicer Zeb, you have the experts on your side. Our specialist Youth Court solicitors in London, Birmingham and Manchester have extensive experience and specialist expertise in defending young people in all manner of cases, from assault, actual bodily harm and murder to weapons and drugs offences.
Our team is led by respected senior partners who have an excellent reputation and track record of success in defending young people in court proceedings.
Why choose JD Spicer Zeb’s Youth Court lawyers?
To put it simply, we are dedicated to protecting the rights of young people. Wherever possible, we will work hard to help you avoid getting a criminal record which can have lasting and detrimental effects for the rest of your life.
Our dedicated team of Youth Court solicitors are strongly committed to working sensitively and compassionately with any young person who has found themselves in trouble with the law. Our main aim is to ensure that you receive the best outcome in Court, no matter what that nature of the offence you have been charged with.
If you are due to attend the Youth Court, we know it can be a very upsetting time for a young person and their parents or guardians to face. That is why we will be there to help you every step of the way.
We will be by your side as your representative at the Youth Court and will ensure that you understand what is happening and what to expect during your Court proceedings. We will explain everything in straight forward plain English, guide you through the Court process and ensure that your needs and those of your parents or guardians are met.
Our Youth Crime team recognises the different levels of care and attention needed by young people in the criminal justice system. We are committed to supporting young people, their families and carers throughout, whether at the police station, youth court or beyond.
What type of cases do JD Spicer Zeb’s Youth Court lawyers take on?
At JD Spicer Zeb, we have experience with dealing with a variety of youth crime proceedings including:
- Youth trials
- Police station interviews
- Anti-Social Behaviour Orders (ASBOs)
- Persistent Young Offenders
- Sentencing in the Youth Court
Our team of specialists in youth crime proceedings also have many years’ experience in dealing with common youth offences such as:
- Possession of Drugs
- Public Order Offences
- Gang Related Offences
Contact our Youth Court solicitors today!
For urgent specialist advice, immediate representation or to speak to us confidentially about how we can help you with Youth Court advice or representation, please do not hesitate to contact our dedicated team of specialist Youth Court lawyers in London, Birmingham or Manchester on telephone:
- City of London Office: 020 7651 0850
- Camden Office: 020 7624 7771
- Manchester Office: 0161 835 1638
- Birmingham Office: 0121 614 3333
Or email: email@example.com
Alternatively, you can fill out our quick online enquiry form and we will get back to you as soon as possible.
Is it an emergency?
Is it an emergency? Have you or a friend or relative been arrested?
For urgent matters, or in the event of an emergency, you may call our 24-hour, 7 day a week emergency number on telephone: 07836 577 556.