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College Crimes


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College is a great experience. Unfortunately, with young people away from home for the first time and given newfound freedom, often poor decisions are made that sometimes results in criminal charges. Even though young people don't have the judgment of adults, they are held to an adult standard of culpability. I have found that young people enrolled in college are frequently prosecuted for the following offenses, which I refer to in this context as "College Crimes:"
    • Public Intoxication
    • Minor In Possession
    • Contributing to the Delinquency of a Minor
    • Domestic Violence
    • Sexual Assault
    • Assault
    • Burglary
    • Drug Possession

Attorney William A. Young, Jr. has defended young people accused of a number of College Crimes. If you would like to discuss a College Crime case with Mr. Young, call (901) 388-9832 now or fill out the form to the right for a no-cost, no-

obligation in-person, in-office case evaluation. There is no risk and no pressure so what have you got to lose?

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