Facing Criminal Charges as a Noncitizen?
We at The Sills Law Firm strive to provide aggressive criminal defense of the highest quality to accused individuals in Connecticut. In order to make this possible, we take a comprehensive and strategic approach to each case we encounter. This includes taking into consideration the possible immigration consequences that an accused individual may encounter. In a recent article published in the Connecticut Law Tribune, “Advising Noncitizens Who Have a Criminal Record” by Juliana Zach, some light is shed on the importance for accused noncitizens to be wary of entering a guilty plea or to seek a drug conviction expungement before traveling.
Anyone who is not an American citizen must be aware of the potential immigration consequences that a criminal conviction could bring under the Immigration and Nationality Act, such as deportation. A good criminal defense lawyer shouldn’t simply assume that a client is an American citizen. This assumption could have life-altering consequences. Our Connecticut criminal defense attorneys ask the questions that matter to ensure that the counsel we provide is appropriate and effective.
Call us at (860) 524-8118 to discuss your situation during a free consultation.
How Our Connecticut Criminal Defense Lawyers Can Help
When we approach a criminal case, we take into consideration every single detail, including our clients’ immigration status. This allows us to determine how we can create a results-driven strategy that reflects the unique challenges of their criminal case.
You should consider entrusting us with your case for the following reasons:
- We have handled thousands of criminal matters, including the most complex
- We have more than 40 years of combined experience
- We offer small-firm attention with big-firm resources
Concerned? Contact The Sills Law Firm Today.
If you have been recently accused of a criminal offense and you are a noncitizen, it is essential that you retain the services of our skilled Connecticut criminal defense lawyers as soon as possible. We can take immediate action on your behalf in order to secure the most favorable outcome possible.
If you are concerned about your criminal charges affecting your immigration status, call us today.