5 Things Every Non-US Citizen Charged with a Crime Should Know
Same information that a U.S. Citizen with a criminal charge knows!
Paying fine or receiving probation = a conviction
Even if you're guilty, there's room for attorney to help.
Don't miss court!
Your criminal defense lawyer is required, by U.S. Supreme Court, to let you know if you'll be deported.
For the average U.S. citizen, an attorney is important. You are facing investigation for allegations of criminal conduct, may have already had the unfortunate experience of a criminal arrest or, even worse, a conviction. You are scared about jail or losing future job opportunities.
But for a Non-U.S. Citizen, there is so much more to worry about. Only a CrImmigration Defense Attorney understands every concern you have about your future in the United States. Of course, you’re worried about going to jail. But will you go into an immigration or ICE jail for deportation? Can we get the charges dismissed where it’s not on your record at all? Can you keep your visa and continue to work? Will you lose your green card? Can you become a U.S. citizen?
Every case is unique and requires a custom strategy. Basic Outcome Strategies: 1) Case Dismissal, 2) Jury Trial, or 3) Negotiating a Guilty Plea to resolve the case in the way that’s best for you.
STERN Law knows you better. We know what you have been through and where you want to go. We will get you there.