Immigration Issues and Criminal Defense

Non-naturalized aliens and permanent residents face a different set of challenges when charged with a criminal offense.  Depending on the severity of the crime, a non-naturalized alien or permanent resident can be deported.  Under immigration law, a non-naturalized alien who is convicted of an aggravated felony or a crime of moral turpitude may face mandatory deportation.  When fighting your charges, you need to have a defense attorney who is aware of your special circumstances and will work to get the best result possible.  If you are not a naturalized citizen and are facing criminal charges, contact the Criminal Defense Attorneys of Bickerton & Bickerton for a case consultation today.