CRIMINAL PRACTICE

Protecting People From Being Treated Unfairly

The criminal law system can be overwhelming to people.  It's you versus government lawyers, police officers, investigators, and, at times, judges.  Whether a person should speak to police or choose to take a plea offer or exercise his right to trial can feel overpowering.  Our Firm protects people from being treated unfairly under these circumstances.  

 

As a former Assistant Federal Public Defender, Juan has represented clients in various criminal cases ranging from extradition hearings to drugs, firearms, assaults, and immigration crimes, to name a few.  His background in immigration law benefits clients who are not U.S. citizens understand and minimize the immigration consequences of a criminal conviction.  Knowing how to weave between criminal and immigration law is what differentiates Juan from other firms.  He takes great care in ensuring the client understands the criminal process to make an informed decision about her case.  He works closely with the client to develop a strategy to meet the client's objective to reach a successful resolution.  

 

Juan's expertise in criminal law has led to the dismissal of federal indictments, suppression of evidence, favorable plea agreements, and not guilty verdicts. He also has extensive experience and success in challenging immigration deportation orders in in federal court.  Our Firm is big enough to deliver; small enough to care.  In the end, we want the client to feel they got value from choosing our Firm to represent their interests.  Please call our office to schedule a consultation.

 

 

Appellate Litigation

Know Your Rights

Knowing your rights is your first line of defense. The following video was taken from a real incident; it illustrates a typical encounter with police at a person's home without a warrant. Many of the things police said to the man were never included in their police reports.  Watch the story unfold and use what you learn as a shield to protect your rights.  

The information in this video is not legal advice or an assessment of your case. Please contact our office for a consultation.

Contact us today to discuss your case.