No one wants to see their child arrested. But if their case is what they call a “direct file case,” it could result in your child going to prison. That’s even scarier.

You will need a juvenile crime attorney who understands how to handle these kinds of difficult and emotional cases. Protecting your child should now be in the hands of a good attorney.

This is how a case is direct filed. The state can file charges against a juvenile in adult court (district court). The direct file system allows Colorado prosecutors under certain circumstances to try juveniles who are 14 years or older as adults. This primarily occurs in situations where it is alleged that the juvenile committed a violent crime. This can lead to a prison sentence.

One option for some juveniles convicted as adults, is for the judge to sentence them to a full adult prison sentence, but it is suspended on condition of successful completion of a sentence at Colorado’s Youthful Offender System (YOS). YOS is a prison program which focuses on preparing those convicted under direct file age 14-18, and other felony cases age 19-21, to be productive members of society.

To make sure you have the best representation for your child, you will need a juvenile crime attorney immediately. You son or daughter’s freedom is too important. V Iyer doesn’t take any chances.  He will fight for their vindication.

Don’t take any chances. Your child deserves the best legal representation possible. If your child has been charged with a crime, you need a Juvenile Crime Attorney at the Iyer Law Office as soon as possible. Attorney Iyer will fight for your child’s rights.