Fort Bend County Juvenile Attorney James Sullivan Counsels Youth to Seek Better Path

Fort Bend County Juvenile Lawyers

Richmond, Texas Juvenile Lawyer James Sullivan spends hours with clients and their families, discussing legal strategy to defend their child and also life strategy to get their child on a better path.  Too many juveniles get lost in the juvenile system and later wind up in the criminal system as young as age 17.  Some youth die of drug use or criminal violence before they even have a chance to have a criminal record.

Contact Richmond Juvenile Attorney James Sullivan at (281) 546-6428 to discuss your child's situation.

James Sullivan is Board Certified in Juvenile Law.  He is one of only 38 such lawyers in private practice in the entire Lone Star State.  He has 25 years experience defending juveniles and adults throughout Texas.  Juvenile law is not criminal law.

Attorney James Sullivan has tried numerous misdemeanor and felony jury trials in juvenile and court.  As a defense attorney, Sullivan has also won felony jury trials in all three Harris county juvenile courts.

Richmond Juvenile Attorney James Sullivan deeply cares for his juvenile clients, greatly desires that they get on a better path and succeed in life.  He also fights hard to keep them from having a juvenile or criminal record that will hinder them from obtaining a good job, attending a good school or joining the military.

If you need a Richmond Juvenile Lawyer, contact Attorney James Sullivan at (281) 546-6428 for a free confidential consultation.

Recently, as reported in the Houston Chronicle, a 17 year old female high school student in Forth Worth was killed while allegedly robbing the occupants of a house along with two 21 year old men.  What a wasted life.  This is exactly what Attorney Jim Sullivan counsels today's youth to avoid--criminal behavior and associating with criminals.  Had this girl focused on her school work and only made friends with positive youth, she likely would have had a good and long life.  Fortunately, most of Sullivan's clients connect with him, his message and strive to do better.

FORT WORTH, Texas (AP) — Fort Worth police say a high school student who was found shot to death had been robbing a house with two men when she was fatally wounded in an exchange of gunfire. Two other suspects were arrested.
Police revealed Saturday that 17-year-old Claudia Hidic of Fort Worth had been a suspect in the robbery, along with Curtis Fortenberry and Terrance Crumley, who are 21.
Police said in a news release that the three went to the house June 28 planning to rob the occupants. During the robbery gunshots were exchanged and Hidic was shot in the head. Her body was found near the back door of a home.
Police said Crumley turned himself in Saturday. Fortenberry was already in custody on unrelated charges. They are charged with felony murder.