What is Going to Happen to My Child if He Is Found Guilty?
The end result of a disposition hearing if a child is found to have engaged in delinquent conduct can range from a 6 month probation with the child remaining in the home to commitment in the TJJD (Texas Juvenile Justice Department). In some serious felony cases, the child may even face transfer or certification to stand trial as an adult in the criminal district court.
Your juvenile defense attorney can give your more information for your particular case based upon the offense charged and the child's history of conduct. To contact a board certified Juvenile Law Attorney, call Houston Lawyer James Sullivan at 281-546-6428. Sullivan has been board certified in juvenile law since 2004 and has been practicing juvenile law since 1994.