Juvenile Lawyer in Olathe, KS

Johnson County Juvenile Crime Attorney

Discovering that your child has been arrested and charged for a criminal offense can be devastating. Juvenile cases can be time-consuming and frustrating for entire families, and they can greatly disrupt a child's life and education. If convicted, juveniles face harsh criminal penalties and criminal records that can affect much of their future mobility, such as their eligibility for college admission and government-funded financial aid. 

Are you facing juvenile criminal charges in Kansas? Call Garretson & Toth, LLC today at (913) 971-0296 or contact us online to schedule a meeting with our juvenile crimes attorneys in Olathe! 

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Will My Child Be Tried As An Adult in Kansas?

In Kansas, it is possible for a child to be tried as an adult based on the severity of the crime that was committed and the child's age. In general, children aged 14 or older can be tried as adults in cases involving serious felonies. 

Children aged 10 to 14 may also be tried as adults depending on the circumstances, and evidence presented. If your child is facing criminal charges, it is essential you contact our juvenile crime attorney in Olathe as soon as possible.

Why You Need a Skilled Juvenile Defense Attorney

In nearly every sense, criminal allegations can create tremendous limitations and emotional distress at a time when children should beginning to fully explore their freedom and avenues of opportunity. 

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Contact Garretson & Toth, LLC today to set up a consultation with our juvenile attorney in Olathe.

Experienced Juvenile Law Attorneys

Garretson & Toth, LLC is fortunate to have highly experienced and passionate Olathe juvenile crime lawyers who possess a great deal of insight in juvenile law. In fact, Tyler Garretson is a former juvenile prosecutor and a current member of the Johnson County Bar Association Juvenile Bench Bar Committee. Active in the juvenile justice community, Mr. Garretson taught CAPP, a court-ordered class for juveniles who have been convicted in juvenile court, for several years for Johnson County Court Services. All of the members of our Olathe legal team and staff share the same passion for defending the rights of juveniles and for protecting their future.

Protect Your Child's Future

If your son or daughter is facing criminal allegations, our firm has the specialized experience, legal skills and unyielding determination to fight on their behalf. Whatever the charges may be, you can be confident that our attorneys will work tirelessly to bring about the most favorable result possible. Before agreeing to any plea agreements or diversion programs, we strongly encourage you to discuss your situation at a free case consultation to learn more about how our Olathe juvenile lawyers can be of assistance. Garretson & Toth, LLC is here to help. 

Contact our firm today at (913) 971-0296 to speak with our Olathe juvenile attorney.

  • “Tyler was able to achieve the near impossible.”

  • “Scott's legal skills & finesse, courtroom experience, and commitment to this case were critical.”

  • “Because of you we have our son back with us, in our lives, every day, to touch, hug and converse with.”

  • “Your professionalism and compassion were outstanding.”

  • “I think you did a great job of making certain that the jurors kept their eye on the facts.”



We Are Dedicated To the Success of Our Clients
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    Aggressively Defending Our Clients for Over 60 Years
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    We Provide a Unique and Specialized Experience for Each Client Facing Criminal Charges
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    Our Firm Provides a Confidential Free Case Consultations
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    We Are Accessible to Our Clients and Will Return All Calls the Same Day
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    Our Team Is Committed to Obtaining the Best Possible Outcome for Our Clients
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    We Are Former Prosecutors, Armed With Invaluable Insights

If You Are Facing Criminal Charges, Our Team is Ready to Help You.

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