Child Endangerment

Child endangerment occurs when a parent or adult caregiver places a child in a dangerous or inappropriate situation. Unlike child abuse, endangerment does not involve the direct infliction of harm or injury to a child. Regardless, significant social stigma is attached to a charge or conviction for child endangerment. Conviction also carries serious criminal consequences, including the possibility of jail or prison time.

To schedule a consultation with one of our knowledgeable Tucson child endangerment attorneys, please contact us at 520-318-3939. We serve clients throughout southern Arizona.

Intelligent Advocacy To Protect Your Rights

Exposing children to illegal drug use or manufacturing, drunk driving, pornography, firearms, domestic violence and criminal activity may lead to charges of child endangerment. Parents and caregivers are often charged with child endangerment based on behavior that was careless, negligent or reckless, as opposed to intentional.

If you are facing a charge of child endangerment, it is vital that you hire an experienced attorney who can help you protect your rights and reputation. At Sherick Law PC, we have more than 40 years of combined experience advocating on behalf of clients facing serious criminal charges, including child endangerment. Our attorneys are known for their reliable counsel, passionate courtroom representation and proven results.

Arizona Attorneys For Neglect Of A Child Charges

For a consultation with a skilled lawyer, please contact us at (520) 318-3939.

Mr. Sherick's legal assistant, Marisol Montero is a fluent Spanish speaker.

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Our Tucson criminal defense attorneys are ready to protect your rights. Contact us at 520-318-3939 to schedule a consultation.