The state of California protects children throughout the state with laws intent on keeping them safe from those who would do them harm. These laws include strong regulations against parents or caregivers who endanger children and can carry harsh penalties upon a conviction. Under certain circumstances, these penalties could result in the loss of custody and the prevention of contact between a parent and his or her child.
At the San Bernardino and Riverside law firm of Greenberg, Greenberg & Kenyon, our criminal defense lawyers represent parents throughout Southern California who have been accused or arrested on accusation of child endangerment. We defend clients in all courts of Riverside, San Bernardino, Los Angeles, Orange and San Diego Counties. Contact our office for a free consultation to discuss how we can limit the consequences of your arrest.
San Bernardino and Riverside Criminal Defense for Accused Parents or Caregivers
There are many situations that could be considered child endangerment. This includes placing the child in a dangerous situation, such as drinking and driving with a child in the vehicle. Other examples may include using illegal drugs around a child, pornography, or domestic violence in the presence of a child.
A conviction for a charge of child endangerment in San Bernardino and Riverside can have a significant impact on your life, including criminal penalties of probation and jail time, along with a criminal record. It is important to act quickly to hire an experienced attorney to defend your rights. At Greenberg, Greenberg & Kenyon, we can fully review your circumstances in order to determine what happened and what can be done to reduce or dismiss the charges against you for child endangerment.
Contact a Child Endangerment Defense Lawyer
We offer more than 50 years of experience in the criminal justice system. Our San Bernardino and Riverside attorneys are also former district attorneys who know how to gauge the strength of the prosecution’s case and strike the best deal with the least consequences for your child.
Contact Greenberg, Greenberg & Kenyon today for a free initial consultation. You can reach us 24-hours a day at (951) 274-0003.