Even A Casual School Threat Is Taken Seriously

News stories of Illinois teens threatening students at their high school are becoming common, and authorities are taking a strong stance against such delinquent acts. When casual threats seen on the internet or social media sites are reported to the school, state and federal authorities get involved and charges may be filed. School threats can result in felony charges.

Sometimes a student will say a casual threat was merely a dare and they did not mean to cause harm. Bomb threats, threats to shoot students or teachers, even if casually made, are not taken lightly by the police. If your child is facing charges for school threats, you need an experienced juvenile law attorney. At the Law Office of Philip R. Nathe, we are dedicated to helping you resolve your child's delinquent charges with the best possible outcome. Call today to schedule a free consultation at 888-583-6197, toll free, or 630-364-4621 to work with a lawyer who understands how complex school threat charges are for young people.

The Juvenile Court System May Offer Your Child A Second Chance

If your child is facing charges for school threats, we will help you determine whether there are potential defenses to the charges and fight to reduce the consequences your child may face. The juvenile court judges have wide discretion when deciding how to sentence juveniles in school threat cases. The judges work to create a system that will keep a youth from returning to the courts.

Juvenile law attorney Philip Nathe has extensive knowledge and experience in the Illinois juvenile justice system. He is highly respected by prosecutors and judges in DuPage County and throughout the surrounding jurisdictions. He has successfully negotiated with the juvenile court for optimal results for youth offenders.

Do Not Wait To Get Started, Call Us At 630-364-4621 Today

Representing juveniles in DuPage County and throughout the surrounding communities in Cook, Kane, Will and Kendall counties, attorney Philip Nathe is a former probation officer and county prosecutor. He can help you and your family work through the juvenile offense charges you are contending with. You may also contact the Law Office of Philip R. Nathe in Naperville toll free at 888-583-6197 or by completing our online form.