Juvenile Crime Keywords

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*On This Page is an Overview of Juvenile Crime Legal Keyword Terms

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Juvenile Crime Statistics


  • In 2014, there were 61,227 juvenile violent crimes in the U. S. 1. murder 609, 2. rape 1.944, 3. robbery 22,398, 4. assault 35,736. (statisticbrain.com youth-violent-crime-statics)
  • Fewer than half of serious violent crimes by juveniles are reported to law enforcement. This number has not changed significantly in 20 years. (PBS.org Frontline)
  • Black juveniles are held in residential custody in the United States at twice the rate for Hispanics and five times the rates for whites.(PBS.org Frontline)
  • On average, juveniles were involved in one-quarter of all serious violent victimizations (not including murder) committed annually over the last 25 years.(PBS.org Frontline)
  • The U.S. Census Bureau estimates that there were approximately 73.8 million youth under the age of 18 in the U. S. in 2012. (crimesolutions.gov)
  • Courts with juvenile jurisdiction disposed more than 1.3 million delinquency cases in 2012. (crimesolutions.gov)
  • In 2010, there were 225 arrests for Violent Crime Index offenses for every 100,000 youth between 10 and 17 years of age. (crimesolutions.gov)

If a person has been charged with a juvenile crime, they will immediately start looking for a criminal defense attorney in their area near to help defend them with best possible defense strategy. A skilled criminal defense attorney can help protect their rights before and during trial. If you don’t have the words “Your location six crime attorney” anywhere on your site chances are slim that they will find you during that search.

Juvenile Crime Keyword List Includes;


Animal Cruelty Keywords – (Animal Cruelty Defense Law Firms, Accused of Animal Cruelty Attorney…)
Curfew/Loitering Keywords – (Teen Charged with Loitering, Juvenile Criminal Defense Attorneys, etc…)
Disorderly Conduct Keywords – (Disorderly Conduct Arrest, Arrested Charged Disorderly Conduct, etc…)
Disturbing the Peace Keywords – (Fighting in Public Arrest, Being Charged with Disturbing the Peace, etc…)
Gang/Hate Crimes Keywords – (Violent Crime Lawyers, Gang related Crimes, Hate Crime Lawyer, etc…)
Minor in Possession Keywords – (MIP Defense Attorneys, Underage Drinking Charge Laws, Etc…)
Prescription Drug Abuse Keywords – (Falsifying Prescription Drug Lawyers, Drug Crime Attorneys, etc…)
Public Intoxication Keywords – (Charged with Public Intoxication, Public Intoxication Charges, etc…)
Shoplifting Keywords – (Shoplifting 1st Offense Lawyers, false Arrest Shoplifting Attorneys, etc…)
Vandalism Keywords – (Convicted of Vandalism Appeal,  Vandalism Criminal Defense Law, etc…)


Our research and active PPC campaigns suggest that 5 million Criminal Law keywords is the number of keywords that will immediately bring you a steady flow of Criminal Law leads. When you see the success of these Criminal Law keywords, we recommend that you take some of the money earned from these keywords and add more targeted Criminal Law keywords. We can make you a PPC campaign of 50 million Criminal Law keywords.

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Legal Generic Keywords
Location-Based Keywords
Assault & Battery Keywords
Drug Offense Crimes Keywords
Felony Crimes Keywords
Juvenile Crime Keywords
Sex Crime Arrest Keywords
White Collar Crime Keywords


Using our targeted PPC keyword lead generation strategies to bring in new clients is a fast and powerful way to build your legal practice.  Get real-time criminal law leads delivered to your email and smart phone. Research shows that the quicker a criminal law prospect is contacted the greater the likelihood that they will be retained as a new client.

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 “Nobody reads ads. People read what interests them, and sometimes it’s an ad.”

– Howard Luck Gossage (1917-1968) Advertising Innovator