• 200 N. Second Street,
  • Clarksville, TN 37040
Call today for your Free Consultation (931) 320-9160

Tennessee Juvenile Law Attorneys

Children make mistakes — we fight to give your children a second chance

In Tennessee, a juvenile offender is anyone under 18 years of age.  That’s why it’s extremely important to make sure that when children make mistakes, those mistakes do not ruin their future.

At the Law Offices of Peter Napolitano and Wayne Hibbeler, our Tennessee juvenile law lawyers help your family understand Tennessee juvenile laws, counsel you on your legal options and build and prepare a defense. We will always fight to dismiss or reduce charges and seek child rehabilitation instead of placement in a state facility. Even though juvenile records are almost always kept confidential in Tennessee, there are certain circumstances in which they are not. We have the experience working within the juvenile system to help you.

We represent juveniles and their families in the Tennessee juvenile justice system on the following charges:

When your child can be tried as an adult

Most juvenile crimes are similar to adult offenses. In Tennessee a young person can be transferred to the adult system if the following crimes have been committed:

  • First-degree murder
  • Second-degree murder
  • Rape
  • Aggravated rape
  • Rape of a child
  • Aggravated robbery
  • Kidnapping or aggravated kidnapping
  • Or an attempt to commit these and other offenses
  • Or was 16 or older

Contact a juvenile law lawyer in Clarksville, Tennessee

If someone in your family has been convicted of a juvenile crime, call the Law Offices of Peter Napolitano and Wayne Hibbeler at (931) 320-9160 or contact us online to set up a free initial consultation so we can evaluate your case.

Law Offices of Peter Napolitano and Wayne Hibbeler
200 N. Second Street
Clarksville, TN, 37040 USA
(931) 320-9160