Are You Accused of Child Endangerment Charges?
Riverside Criminal Defense Attorney Working to Defend Your Name
Child endangerment charges are highly emotional and sensitive, as they often involve allegations that a parent put their child in a harmful situation. Child endangerment can be a misdemeanor or a felony charge, typically depending on the severity of the allegations. These charges can result in children being taken from their families before the charges have even been proven.
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Contact us today to begin building your defense strategy. For over 30 years our team of criminal defense attorneys has defended thousands of criminal cases. Our firm lectures criminal defense lawyers across the country. We have obtained countless not guilty verdicts in jury trials, and obtained favorable results at the pre-trial stage. There are many defenses that may be applicable to your case.
An experienced criminal defense attorney can help you put on a successful defense to child endangerment charges. Parents are allowed to discipline their children in non-abusive ways that do not cause any endangerment. In other cases, the alleged endangerment could have been accidental and not willful or negligent. Parents are also often falsely accused of child endangerment for reasons related to child custody battles and other personal agendas.
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Bartell, Hensel & Gressley has defended thousands of criminal defense cases, and our team of criminal defense lawyers train other attorneys across the nation on criminal defense. Who you hire can make all the difference in your case. Call us today at (951) 788-2230 to get our team of criminal defense lawyers on your case.
Bartell, Hensel & Gressley has offices in Temecula and Riverside, and practices throughout Riverside, San Bernardino, Victorville, Murrieta, and Orange County.