About the Oxnard Juvenile Justice Center
The Oxnard Courthouse is located at 4353 E. Vineyard Ave., Oxnard, CA 93009. There are 6 courtrooms in the Oxnard Courthouse. Two of the courtrooms are devoted to all Juvenile Delinquency cases that occur in Ventura County. The other courtrooms hear Juvenile Dependency, traffic trials, and probate matters.
What is Juvenile Delinquency?
The Juvenile Delinquency court system is used when minors under 18 years old commit a violation of the California Penal Code, Vehicle Code, Health and Safety Code, or the Business and Professions Code. For more information on Juvenile Delinquency see Juvenile Defense.
Does Your Child Have a Juvenile Delinquency Case in Ventura County?
If you have received a notice to appear in court in Oxnard you need an experienced juvenile defense attorney to defend your child.
Oxnard Juvenile Defense Attorney Jennifer Monroe has defended minors facing misdemeanor and felony offenses throughout Ventura County. Jennifer Monroe will meet with you and your child to discuss the case, defenses, and background, and how she can help you get the results you are looking for in your Oxnard Juvenile case. Below are just a few examples of how Jennifer Monroe has helped children facing juvenile delinquency charges in Oxnard.
ASSULT WITH A DEADLY WEAPON California Penal Code 245 pc
Sixteen year old boy discharged an air soft gun at the ground near a crowd of other teenagers. The pellet bounced up and caused serious injury to another individual. Juvenile Attorney Jennifer Monroe negotiated community service in lieu of confinement. Jennifer Monroe successfully had the felony reduced to a misdemeanor and sealed.
GUN CHARGES California Penal Code 12020 pc
Teenager in possession of a stolen firearm. Juvenile Attorney Jennifer Monroe negotiated community service in lieu of confinement.
VANDALISM California Penal Code 594 pc
A teenage boy was caught on the roof of a school. The prosecutor wanted the boy and his parents to be responsible for thousands of dollars to repair an air conditioner unit that had been damaged on the roof. Jennifer Monroe sought out a school employee who was prepared to testify that a significant amount of the damage was preexisting. After being presented with this evidence, the prosecutor and Judge agreed to a minimal amount of restitution.
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Juvenile Delinquency Defense Attorney
Call Jennifer Monroe directly at (805) 501-1880 for immediate assistance with your assault and battery case.