As of November 1, 2023, most juveniles will no longer have to register as a sex offender and be eligible to seal their convictions. Law enforcement will start removing eligible people from the registry soon and mailing letters confirming they have been removed. If you receive a letter indicating that you have been removed from the registry, please contact our office for a consultation to determine if you are eligible to seal your offense.

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Protecting The Futures Of Juveniles Charged With A Sex Crime

Being charged with a juvenile sex offense can be overwhelming for the child and family. The child may be ordered to transfer to a different school from the accuser. Familial abuse cases carry special considerations when no contact orders are imposed. The child may deny anything improper happened at all, or the child may need help.

The Law Office of Amy Muth, PLLC, has experience representing juveniles accused of sex offenses. Our attorneys understand the sensitivity and compassion these cases require. They are equally at ease investigating a child falsely accused of sexual assault or one who needs help regulating his/her sexual behavior. Our lawyers work with investigators and with highly regarded sex offender treatment providers where needed. They have convinced prosecutors to decline charges in certain cases, and have helped get juveniles into needed treatment and watched their lives, and their families’ lives, transform.

Juvenile sex offense cases carry serious consequences, including sex offender registration. If your child is facing a sex offense, skilled representation is essential.

The Law Office of Amy Muth, PLLC, is one of the leading criminal defense firms. Our attorneys are highly recognized within the Seattle legal community for their ethical practices and numerous successful acquittals, dismissals and reduced sentences. We have a sterling reputation through hard work, dedication to clients and commitment to being a tireless advocate in court.

One of the things we can do for our clients is argue to keep the case in juvenile court. There are several advantages to being tried as a juvenile, including lighter potential sentences and the fact that juvenile sex offense records can be sealed.

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A criminal conviction can cost your child their future. Contact the Law Office of Amy Muth, PLLC, to learn how we will work to mitigate these consequences. Schedule an initial meeting by calling 866-235-0030 or by completing this contact form.