Juvenile Crimes

The consequences of cyberbullying charges

By March 6, 2020March 9th, 2020No Comments

Parents help their children through many crises in life, but those which involve the law are especially tough for a host of reasons. On the one hand, some parents become upset with their children over allegations, but it is important to realize how devastating these cases are in terms of their future and the immediate consequences they face. Moreover, some teens are accused of wrongdoing even though they are innocent and these cases are extremely difficult for many families to work through. In the digital era, many teens find themselves in this position over allegations of cyberbullying. 

Some parents do not understand what cyberbullying entails and are completely caught off-guard when a case surfaces (this is also true for many young people). When a young person is accused of bullying another over the internet, many people do not realize how much is at stake and how significant the impact of such a case is for many teens. For example, some face stiff fines, are sentenced to prison and run into problems later in life as a result of the allegations. 

These charges not only interfere with many teens’ daily lives, but their futures are often in jeopardy as a result of poor outcomes in court. It is imperative to uncover all details surrounding such allegations and do your best to provide your teen with support during this difficult time. Unfortunately, some people are falsely accused of this offense and many involve details that are fabricated or blown out of proportion. Our juvenile defense page offers more related to cyberbullying charges. 

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From I-75: Exit at the Highway 120 (South Marietta Parkway) (Exit #263) and follow the signs to KSU Marietta Campus.

You will be headed west and cross over Cobb Parkway (US 41).

Continue until you get to the intersection with Atlanta Street.

At the traffic light turn right onto Atlanta St. (going north).

Atlanta Street will take you straight to the Marietta Square.

Prior to entering the Square, you will see Anderson Street a block before the Square.

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