When one is arrested, our first concern is to obtain bail and analyze the criminal charges to seek a way to prevent additional confinement in jail or prison. This office also works with immigrants and aliens who have been charged with crimes or have an old criminal conviction that needs to be dealt with. Often, pleading guilty to a more serious state charge may prevent a person from being deported for a less serious state crime. In such as circumstance we are experienced to handle both a criminal defense matter as well as an immigration problem.
For more information contact us at (775) 826-2099 or toll free (877) 659-3771 or email firstname.lastname@example.org