Guiding You Through Illinois' Juvenile Justice System

Law enforcement is increasing efforts against juvenile offenses, even for seemingly minor issues such as curfew violations and underage drinking. They are also cracking down on more serious offenses such as theft, burglary and sex crimes. If your minor child or family member is facing criminal charges, it is in your best interests to seek representation from an experienced lawyer.

Aggressive, Yet Compassionate, Representation For Juveniles

The Law Office of Jessica Koester, LLC, provides experienced juvenile criminal defense representation for a variety of felony and misdemeanor charges. Attorney Jessica Koester is a skilled negotiator and litigator who will work vigorously to achieve the best possible outcome. She will fight to ensure that your child's rights are respected and that proper procedure is followed at every step in the process.

To speak to a lawyer about juvenile crime issues, send an email now or call 618-307-4192 or toll free at 866-397-9110.

Representation In The Madison County Juvenile Court

Many people assume a juvenile conviction will not follow them into adulthood, but this is not always the case. Convictions — especially felony charges — can become part of your child's permanent record, which may disqualify him or her from college financial aid and joining the armed forces.

Law firm founder Jessica Koester is a knowledgeable Edwardsville juvenile crimes attorney. She will make every effort to make sure your child's case is handled properly by the juvenile court system so it can potentially be expunged later in life. She believes in negotiating with the prosecution to focus on rehabilitation versus more punitive actions.

Strong Representation For Your Criminal Defense Matter

To schedule a free initial consultation, call 618-307-4192 or toll free at 866-397-9110. Or, if you prefer to send an email, fill out the secure online submission form. All phone calls are returned the same day, even outside of regular business hours. The law firm is conveniently located within walking distance of the Edwardsville, Illinois, courthouse. Evening and weekend appointments are available.