Good People Do Get Arrested.

Protect Your Child’s Future With Help From Our Defense Team

You want your child to have a life that’s filled with opportunities and happiness. When your child has made a mistake or was simply in the wrong place at the wrong time, you might be concerned about what you need to do to protect his or her future.

We can recount numerous stories of parents who have called us with scenarios like this: “The police called and asked us to come down to the station. We came and had our son tell the cop everything that he knew. Only now do we see the serious trouble that he is in.”

Before you talk to the police, make sure that you have discussed the situation with an experienced criminal defense lawyer. At the Law Firm of Scott T. Moorey, we work hard to keep your child’s future on track. We will help you evaluate all of your options and build a strong defense to whatever charges that your son or daughter may be facing.

Extensive Experience Handling Juvenile Crimes

Our attorneys have nearly 20 years of combined experience protecting the rights of children and their families in the Florida juvenile justice system. Our law firm has defended juveniles against juvenile crime charges that include:

The juvenile justice system is geared toward rehabilitation, as opposed to the criminal justice system, which is punishment-oriented. We want to get to know your child and learn the whole story of what happened and the circumstances leading to the arrest.

You might not know what to do after your child has been arrested, but we do. We can walk you through everything – from the booking process to the trial’s end. We will make you aware of your child’s best options. We can even help your child seal or expunge their record if eligible.

Get Started Now On A Strong Defense

To speak with our criminal defense team, contact us to schedule a no-obligation consultation. Let our lawyers review your child’s case and advise you on your next best steps. Call 888-821-9168 or send us an email to get started. We serve Lee, Collier, Charlotte, Hendry, and Glades counties and have offices in Fort Myers, Cape Coral, Naples and Punta Gorda.