Having to attend Court can be an intimidating experience for anyone, and potentially even more so for a young person. As a young person, or the parent or guardian of a juvenile who has been asked to attend the Youth Court, you need to have someone with you who truly recognises what is at stake and who will dedicate themselves to ensuring the best possible outcome in each case.

At Reeds, our clients are always our primary focus, and this is especially so when they are young or otherwise vulnerable. Our approachable and experienced solicitors regularly represent young clients both at the Police Station and in the Youth Court.  We take pride in our ability to explain the law in a way which is easy to understand, and in taking the time to carefully describe the Court process and procedures involved, so that you or your child know exactly what to expect at every stage of the case.

Even if we were not involved during the police investigation stage, we can still help. If you, or a member of your family have been asked to attend the Youth Court, you can contact one of our Magistrates Court team, or click here to provide us with your details and one of the team will get in touch with you.

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