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Does A Parent Have to Pay Restitution for Their Child?

Parents have a lot to worry about. College tuition. Family health coverage. Orthodontics. Here is a fun fact.

Does A Parent Have to Pay Restitution for Their Child?

Parents are liable for the delinquent acts of their children up to $10,000. Most parents may well voluntarily pay for damage caused by their wayward offspring. Not all do. Experienced Baltimore criminal defense attorneys Attorney Eric T. Kirk have seen that most parents are probably not aware that a court can order the payment, in appropriate circumstances,  which can lead to things like the garnishment of wages. The parent is entitled to a hearing before being compelled to pay for the wrongs of their children.

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