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MINNESOTA CHILD PROTECTION & JUVENILE CRIME CENTER
Minnesota Juvenile Cases, Delinquency, Neglect, Abuse, CHIPS proceedings

Juvenile law is a broad canopy that may encompass charges for juvenile delinquency or juvenile crimes committed by minors.  It may also encompass CHIPS proceedings (Children in Need of Help or Protection) related to allegations on child neglect or child abuse against parents or guardians.

To review information on juvenile law in Minnesota, click one of the links below:

A juvenile record is not an erasable record. Contrary to popular belief, even a juvenile conviction is placed on child's permanent record.  Although the record may be sealed and inaccessible to the public, it can be reviewed by law enforcement, judges and for certain employment applications. Some juvenile offenses, such as those related to criminal sexual conduct, create an even longer lasting stigma and record.  As a result, if your minor child has been accused of a criminal offense, it is important to be insure that their rights and future are preserved.

Our juvenile defense attorneys provide aggressive and personal representation. trust our lawyers with your defense and invest in your child's future. Contact us today.

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