Texas Criminal Immigration Lawyers

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    Texas Criminal Immigration Lawyers

    With Offices in Dallas, Fort Worth, Allen, Denton, Waco & Austin

    Do You Need Legal Help?



      "Deandra Grant Law fights hard for their clients and is always willing to go above and beyond. They are the best firm for DWI cases in DFW and beyond. Definitely hire them to represent you in any pending cases."

      - P. Williams

      "Deandra Grant made a tough situation so much better. She listened to my concerns and helped me so much with my case. I would recommend her to anyone needing legal services."

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      Since 1994 when our doors opened, Deandra Grant Law has helped thousands of clients get their DWI charges reduced or dismissed. We're ready to fight on your behalf.

      Deandra M. Grant

      Managing Partner

      Douglas E. Huff

      Partner & Criminal Division Chief

      Johnny Lanzillo

      Criminal Division Senior Associate

      Makenzie Zarate

      Criminal Division DWI Trial Chief

      Sorsha Huff

      Immigration Division Chief & Criminal Division Deputy Chief

      Texas Attorney Kevin Sheneberger

      Kevin Sheneberger

      Criminal Division Associate

      Texas Criminal Immigration Lawyers

      If you are a non-citizen of the United States who has been charged with a crime, it is crucial that you understand your rights and options in the criminal justice system. The legal system can be complicated and confusing, especially if you are not familiar with the laws and procedures in the US. Deandra Grant Law can provide a criminal legal advisories for non-citizens who have been charged with a crime.

      1. Seek Legal Representation

      The first step when facing criminal charges as a non-citizen is to seek legal representation. It is important to find a criminal defense lawyer who has experience working with non-citizens and who understands the immigration consequences of criminal convictions. Your lawyer can advise you on the specific legal issues that may arise in your case and can help you navigate the criminal justice system.

      2. Understand the Consequences of a Conviction

      As a non-citizen, a criminal conviction can have severe immigration consequences, including deportation, inadmissibility, and the denial of naturalization. It is essential to understand the potential consequences of a conviction before accepting any plea bargain or agreeing to a plea of guilty.

      3. Know Your Rights

      Non-citizens have the same constitutional rights as US citizens when facing criminal charges. This includes the right to remain silent, the right to an attorney, and the right to a fair trial. It is important to understand these rights and to exercise them throughout the criminal justice process.

      4. Be Cautious of Plea Bargains

      Plea bargains are often offered to criminal defendants in exchange for a reduced sentence or charges. However, non-citizens should be cautious when considering a plea bargain, as it may have immigration consequences. Before accepting a plea bargain, it is important to consult with an experienced criminal defense lawyer who can advise you on the potential immigration consequences.

      5. Consider Alternative Sentencing

      Alternative sentencing options may be available to non-citizens facing criminal charges. These options can help minimize the immigration consequences of a conviction. For example, a non-citizen may be able to participate in a rehabilitation program or community service in lieu of a prison sentence.

      Non-citizens who are charged with a crime in the US should seek legal representation, understand the potential immigration consequences of a conviction, know their rights, be cautious of plea bargains, and consider alternative sentencing options. By following these criminal legal advisories, non-citizens can navigate the criminal justice system and minimize the immigration consequences of a conviction. Are you a non-citizen charged with a crime in Texas? Call Deandra Grant Law today to discuss your criminal charges and an immigration advisory. 

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