A Criminal Charge Can Have Consequences
Anyone who gets charged with a crime faces a difficult road. But for non-U.S. citizens, that road could lead directly to deportation without the proper legal representation. This is true even for people who are legal residents of the U.S. If you or a loved one is in the unfortunate position of being charged with a crime without U.S. citizenship, you will likely face not only the state charge for the alleged crime, but also federal immigration charges. At The Law Firm of Flor E. Flores, we can handle both the state and federal charges in these types of situations. Dealing with a criminal charge is stressful enough on its own: You can make things a bit easier for yourself by hiring a law firm that can handle everything under one roof.
Representation Without Judgment
We’ve seen it all in our criminal defense practice, so whatever kind of trouble you’re facing, it’s not likely to shock us. We will prioritize defending your rights, not judging you for your alleged crimes. We’ve represented clients facing an array of criminal charges, including:
- Drug crimes
- Sex crimes
- Attempted murder
- Human trafficking
- White-collar crime
It’s important to contact a criminal defense attorney as soon as you can after being charged. The longer you wait, the more opportunity you give the prosecution to build its case against you, both at the state and federal level.
Protect Your Rights And Immigration Status
If you’ve been charged with a crime, don’t panic. Call our Rio Grande City office to tell us what’s going on and schedule a free initial consultation to discuss your options. Flor E. Flores can visit you in a detention center wherever you may be and provide guidance in what is likely to be a stressful and confusing time. Call us at 956-847-8941 to get the help you need or write to us online to protect your future starting now. Se habla español.