The Law Office of John M. Phillips, LLC can draw from countless resources – ranging from our 14 years of experience to the latest cutting edge legal technologies – to represent you in your Juvenile case effectively. We consistently evaluates our inter-office procedures here in Ponte Vedra Beach and look for ways that we can can improve it and bring more resources to representing our clients during Juvenile legal proceedings.
At The Law Office of John M. Phillips, LLC, we open our ears to your unique Juvenile case. We know this is an important moment for you, and your life in Ponte Vedra Beach will be greatly affected by the outcome.
Our Juvenile firm understands defendants who face criminal charges can feel overwhelmed by the criminal justice system. At The Law Office of John M. Phillips, LLC we will hold your hands through the entire process. A Juvenile advocate will be with you at every phase, including the pretrial stages that consist of the investigation, bail proceedings, arraignment and a preliminary hearing. Our Juvenile firm believes the criminal investigation process is vital, because it includes witness interviews, police statements and all facts gathered in the case. Moreover, The Law Office of John M. Phillips, LLC will be there when the judge makes a determination concerning bail.
Let The Law Office of John M. Phillips, LLC Help You!
We want to bring you peace of mind during your Juvenile case. We have helped several clients throughout the Ponte Vedra Beach area get the best results form their cases, and we want you to experience this too. Give us a call today at (904) 444-4444 and we will make sure that your best interest are our focus.
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