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Charged With Illegal Re-Entry After Deportation? Spanish-Speaking Criminal Defense Attorney in Phoenix, Arizona
If you are convicted of illegal re-entry after you were previously deported from the United States, you could face serious prison time. To protect your rights and avoid the worst penalties, you need an attorney who understands U.S. immigration law and the federal court system.
Contact Suzuki Law Offices, L.L.C. in Phoenix, Arizona for a free consultation with an experienced criminal defense lawyer. We represent illegal aliens arrested in Phoenix/Maricopa County, Tucson/Santa Cruz County, Pima, Pinal, Yavapai, Yuma or Cochise counties or anywhere in Arizona.
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You may have entered the U.S. to reunite with family members or to make money to support your loved ones back home. Unfortunately, the federal government only sees it as a criminal act. Punishment for illegal re-entry after deportation depends on your prior convictions (or any new crimes committed after entering the U.S. illegally), but may include:
- The maximum penalty is 2 years in prison if you have no felony convictions
- The penalty is up to 10 years if you have prior felonies on your record (or three or more misdemeanors)
- If you were convicted of an aggravated felony and were caught for illegal re-entry, the prison sentence may be up to 20 years.
We have also defended clients on the serious federal offense of smuggling or harboring an illegal. Federal authorities often charge family members, community activists and others for conspiracy in aiding and abetting illegal re-entry.
We Can Help You Fight This!
Richard Suzuki is an experienced defense lawyer and also a former state and federal prosecutor, serving as Deputy Maricopa County Attorney and Assistant U.S. Attorney in Tucson and Phoenix. With his knowledge of federal court procedure and immigration law, he can argue:
- That you were wrongly placed in deportation or removal proceedings
- That your prior convictions should not have been charged as felonies
- That you did not understand the consequences of a prior guilty plea because of bad legal advice from your previous lawyer
- Political asylum (that you entered the U.S. illegally to flee from persecution in your home country)
Call Suzuki Law Offices at 602-635-1369 for a free initial consultation, or e-mail us. Mr. Suzuki and members of our staff are fluent in Spanish.Click Here for a Free Case Evaluation