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Our client, a thirteen year-old juvenile, was charged with sexually abusing his younger half-sister. If he were to have been adjudicated delinquent of these offenses, he faced the strong possibility of being remanded to a juvenile correctional facility until his twenty-first birthday. At the hearing in juvenile and domestic relations court, the judge, after argument from both counsel, granted our motion and DEFERRED entering judgment in the case for one year, upon which date the charges were DISMISSED.
Our client, a juvenile, was arrested and charged with assaulting a law enforcement officer and attempting to disarm a law enforcement officer, both felony offenses. He had allegedly consumed mushrooms which lead to his erratic and irrational behavior and the police were called by a concerned family member. Upon the arrival of the police, our client allegedly kicked and elbowed them, and allegedly attempted to disarm an officer of his firearm while in the hospital. After argument, the judge agreed to a DEFERRAL on both charges, after which both charges will be DISMISSED.