Juvenile Criminal Defense
Norfolk Criminal Defense Attorney, Chad Dorsk | Dorsk Law Office Experience and Expertise in the Juvenile Court System
Welcome to Dorsk Law Office, Plc., a trusted law firm located in downtown Norfolk at 409 Duke Street, unit 100 Norfolk, VA 23510. We are proud to serve clients throughout Hampton Roads and have established ourselves as experts in handling juvenile criminal defense cases in Virginia. Attorney Dorsk has handled all kinds of cases to include sexual assault, murder, robbery and carjacking, and lesser extreme charges such as larceny and underage possession of alcohol.
At Dorsk Law Office, we understand the unique challenges and complexities involved in defending minors facing criminal charges. Our dedicated team of attorneys has extensive experience in the juvenile court system and understand the challenges that parents face when their child is facing criminal justice.
We believe that every minor deserves a strong defense and a chance at rehabilitation. Our team works diligently to protect the rights and interests of our young clients, ensuring they receive fair treatment throughout the legal process. We approach each case with compassion, understanding the potential impact of criminal charges on a minor's future.
As part of our commitment to providing reliable legal guidance, we stay up-to-date with the Virginia criminal code. When representing our clients, we rely on the relevant statutes and laws that govern juvenile offenses in Virginia. We have effectively handled some of the following criminal cases in Virginia Juvenile and Domestic Relations Courts to include Norfolk, Newport News, Virginia Beach, Portsmouth, York County and Williamsburg.
Juvenile First-Degree Murder: Virginia Code § 18.2-32
Armed Robbery:Virginia Code § 18.2-58
Underage Possession of Alcohol: Virginia Code § 4.1-305
Possession of a Concealed Firearm: Virginia Code § 18.2-308
Petit Larceny: Virginia Code § 18.2-96
Shoplifting: Virginia Code § 18.2-103
Making a Threat at School by Computer: Virginia Code § 18.2-60.3
In some cases, there may be a possibility of a juvenile being tried as an adult. The Virginia Code provides specific provisions regarding the transfer of a juvenile's case to the circuit court for trial as an adult. You can find more information about the criteria and procedures in Virginia Code § 16.1-269.1.
At Dorsk Law Office, Plc., we believe in open communication and transparency. We provide personalized attention to each client and their family, ensuring they understand the legal process, potential outcomes, and available defense strategies. Our goal is to guide our clients through the complexities of the juvenile justice system. Please reach out should you need expert legal counsel. Contact us at 757-423-0271 for a free consultation today.