The National Award-Winning Orange County (Fullerton) Juvenile Delinquency Defense Attorney, Steven K. Bloom, gets great satisfaction in helping guide children through Juvenile Deliquency Law and back on the road to success.
Juvenile Deliquency cases (also known as WIC 602 cases) are, in essence, criminal charges against individuals under 18 years of age. Because of the public policy of handling minors differently from adults, Juvenile Deliquency cases are handled very differntly from adult criminal cases and only highly specialized professionals should be used. Attorney Bloom has handled Juvenile cases ranging from trespassing and marijuana tickets up attempted murder and everything in between.
Juvenile Delinquency cases are highly specialized and need the expertise of an attorney that has been successfully defending them for years. Orange County Juvenile Deliquency Lawyer, Steven K. Bloom, has been defending good kids that have gotten caught up in bad situations since 1998. He specializes in minimizing the long term effects on juveniles so that their futures remain just as bright and promising after delinquency proceedings as before they occurred. That is why Defense Attorney, Steven K. Bloom is commonly referred to as “the juvenile law expert” and has other criminal attorneys referring clients to him regularly on the toughest of cases.
Juvenile Deliquency Lawyer Bloom really enjoys helping kids. He is often times thought of as a mentor as well as their attorney. He really enjoys seeing his ex-juvenile clients succeed later in life and takes every case with not only the short term goal of success in court, but with that bigger goal primarily in mind.
If you have a child that is in trouble with the law and has current, or potential, Juvenile Deliquency proceedings, you should call the Law Offices of Steven K. Bloom. You will be like countless other clients and be happy that you did.
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