Atlanta-Criminal Defense Lawyer
Finding yourself on the wrong side of the law can occur very easily in today’s climate. We understand that good people sometimes find themselves in difficult situations. Facing a criminal charge is one of the most difficult things you will ever deal with. You do not know where to turn or what to do. The punishment for many crimes can change your life, leaving you with a criminal record or worse, deportation if you an immigrant. Even minor charges can have a grave impact on your life. If you are facing criminal charges, do not procrastinate and do nothing at all. Hiring an experienced criminal defense attorney as early in the process as possible often leads to the best resolution of the case. If you or a loved one has been accused of a crime, call us today to evaluate your options. We can assist with:
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CRIMINAL DEFENSE FOR NON-US CITIZENS
Atlanta Criminal Defense and Immigration Lawyer
We know that a criminal conviction can change the life of anyone, but especially those who are not U.S. citizens. Even minor convictions can lead to deportation for immigrants living in the United States. Because of these possible consequences, it is important to have an attorney who understands the immigration process and can help immigrants facing criminal charges.
Who is at risk of being deported because of criminal convictions?
Any non-citizen resident who has been convicted of a felony may be deported from the United States. Non-citizens include undocumented immigrants, foreign nationals, and green card holders. A felony is any crime that is punishable by more than one year in jail or prison.
What about misdemeanors?
Misdemeanors are less serious crimes, but they can still lead to deportation for immigrants. A single DUI conviction, for example, is classified as a misdemeanor and may result in removal from the United States.
I’m an immigrant with a criminal record. What can I do?
If you are facing criminal charges, it is important to seek the right legal help immediately. In some cases, it may be possible to avoid a conviction altogether. In other cases, post-conviction relief may be an option. Criminal defense attorneys who are uninformed of the possible immigration implications for their non-U.S. citizen clients may unintentionally worsen the situation by recommending a plea that will hurt your situation. That is why you need the knowledge, advise, and expertise of a Georgia immigration and criminal defense lawyer. We are your one stop shop.
We can assist with:
· Theft Charges
· Drug crimes
· Assault or other violent crimes
· Fraud charges
· Family violence batttery
At LaGrone Law, we are committed to protecting the rights of immigrants in the criminal justice system. We understand how a criminal conviction can impact your life and your ability to remain in the United States. Our goal is to ensure that you are treated equally within the criminal justice system and get the best possible outcome in your case. We keep our black and brown men out of the Courts and in the Country.
Post Conviction Relief
WERE YOU MISINFORMED ABOUT YOUR CASE?
Did you have a criminal defense attorney who did not advise you properly of the immigration consequences to your charge(s)? Have you now been convicted of a crime and are facing deportation? This calls for post-conviction relief. If your legal professional kept you in the dark, call us immediately to figure out your options. You only have a limited time to try to change the outcome of your case so don’t wait.
"We are all one step away from making the wrong decision. If you find yourself down that path, we at LAGRONE LAW
are here to defend you."
IMMIGRATION MAKES A BETTER N.A.T.I.O.N