Seminole County Juvenile Attorney

Attorney Kevin J. Pitts and Kelly Johnson are Florida criminal defense attorneys with experience representing children accused of Juvenile criminal offenses in Sanford, Lake Mary, Altamonte Springs, Longwood, Oviedo, Winter Springs, Casselberry and the surrounding areas in Seminole County, contact our Seminole County juvenile defense lawyers for assistance getting through this difficult time. Our attorneys have experience as defense attorneys, prosecutors in adult court and prosecutors handling juvenile cases at the Seminole County Juvenile Justice Center 190 Bush Blvd, Sanford, FL 32773. Juvenile allegations can have a serious impact on your child's reputation and ability to maintain or secure future employment. We frequently see juvenile marijuana possession, drug paraphernalia, resisting arrest without violence, petit theft, retail theft, grand theft, burglary of a structure, burglary of a conveyance and fleeing and eluding and many other charges. Most kids accused of juvenile crimes will go on to live productive lives. Care must be taken to make sure that the impact of a criminal allegation on a child does not send them down the wrong path.

Former Juvenile Prosecutors

If you need a juvenile defense attorney contact Kelly Johnson and Kevin J. Pitts today. Our attorneys understand how to defend juvenile cases and how they will be prosecuted. The initial consultation is always free. Call 407-883-6853 to discuss your case with a Seminole County juvenile defense attorney.

First Time Juvenile Offender Diversion Programs

Being accused of a juvenile crime can have a devastating effect on your child. Labeling a child as a delinquent can drive a wedge between the child and positive influences in their life. It can negatively impact relationships with family and friends and can cause problems with sports and other extracurricular activities at school. It is critical that a Juvenile case be handled with extreme care and caution by an experienced Seminole County Juvenile defense attorney. Our attorneys are former Assistant State Attorneys and have handled numerous Juvenile cases in Sanford and throughout Central Florida. Each case needs to be evaluated for possible defenses and alternative resolutions that can avoid a criminal record. A common alternative resolution is diversion. Diversion allows the prosecutor to request sanctions in exchange for dropping the charges once the sanctions are completed. This avoids a criminal record for your child. Diversions are usually limited to first time juvenile offenders. If your child is not eligible for diversion we can fight the charges and look for alternative resolutions that allow your child to be able to seal or expunge their record in the future.  If the charges are dropped and your child has no prior record the case can be expunged. Many cases that are not dropped can be sealed. Some serious charges are not eligible for record sealing. An experienced Seminole County juvenile attorney understands what charges cannot be sealed and can fight to get the charges amended to something that will not ruin your child’s life.

Aggressive Juvenile Defense Lawyers

Seminole County juvenile defense attorneys Kelly Johnson and Kevin J. Pitts will look for ways to achieve dismissal of your child's Juvenile charges or seek alternative resolutions that will look towards the possibility of dismissal and records expungement or sealing. Our juvenile defense attorneys spend time in juvenile court and have also prosecuted cases in juvenile court. This extensive experience helps our attorneys achieve the best possible outcome in your child’s case.

Contact a Seminole County Juvenile Attorney Kelly Johnson and Kevin J. Pitts

Our attorneys are experienced Juvenile defense lawyers, Kevin J. Pitts and Kelly Johnson understand how to get the best possible outcome for your child’s Seminole County juvenile case. Please call our Juvenile Defense Lawyers today to schedule a free consultation. Our Juvenile Defense Lawyers have offices in Seminole County (Sanford), Lake County (Mount Dora) and Volusia County (Daytona Beach). We look forward to answering your questions and helping you get the best possible result for your child.

Our experienced attorneys know what to do if your child is arrested in Seminole County, Sanford, Lake Mary, Altamonte Springs, Longwood, Oviedo, Winter Springs, Casselberry and the surrounding areas. Attorney Kevin J. Pitts has had an office in Seminole County since 2010. Kelly Johnson is a former Seminole County prosecutor with juvenile experience.

As former Florida Prosecutors attorneys Kelly Johnson and Kevin J. Pitts have the experience needed to effectively represent children who appear in the juvenile court system in Sanford, Seminole County and the surrounding counties. There are diversion programs that may be available to your child that may result in the charges being dropped.  Please contact us to schedule a consultation to discuss how we can defend your child's juvenile case and protect his or her record. Call 407-883-6853 to talk to an attorney about your child’s case.