When you have been arrested for a crime, it is crucial that you contact a Miami criminal defense immigration lawyer from our firm as early as possible for an in-office consultation. Do not speak with investigators or anyone else about the situation, as you could make statements which would add to the evidence against you and cost you the opportunity to fight the charges.
Call or visit Pozo Goldstein, LLP today to learn more about your legal rights and to allow us to begin work on your defense. We may be able to help you, even if you were already convicted of a crime.
Our team consists of two former immigration prosecutors and a former Miami-Dade County judge, a background which makes us uniquely well prepared to assist you at this difficult time. With more than 90 years of combined experience, we know how to effectively fight the charges you face and will work tirelessly to help you avoid a conviction which could lead to removal proceedings against you. When your right to stay in this country is at stake, don’t take any chances by working with an attorney who is unfamiliar with immigration law.
Even if you have already been convicted, it may still be possible for us to help you avoid being deported. Depending on the circumstances of your case, we may be able to file a motion to vacate your conviction, if we can prove that the judge or your defense attorney failed to warn you about the effect a guilty plea would have on your immigration status. Whether you are seeking this type of post-conviction relief or if you have recently been arrested, we urge you to seek our help immediately. You have a great deal at stake in this situation, and you deserve to have a dedicated advocate on your side, fighting to defend your rights.
Contact a Miami criminal defense immigration lawyer from our firm as early as possible after your arrest.
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