Immigration and Criminal Law

Posted by Thomas Brown | Jan 27, 2017 | 0 Comments

It has never been more critical for non-citizens to have proper immigration advice when facing criminal charges. The new Administration has stated that it will become very aggressive by attempting to deport non-citizens convicted of certain crimes.

Green card holders are not exempt from possible deportation. A conviction of any drug offense except possession of marijuana under 30 grams makes any non-citizen subject to deportation..even if you hold a "Green Card"!!!

I have been working with a Cecil County immigration lawyer Christina Harris-Schlecker in all non-citizen cases regarding "crimes of moral turpitude" and aggravated felony" issues. These are important concepts that must be fully explored in all non-citizen crminal matters.

If you or a loved one is a non-citizen charged with a crime, call me, Cecil County Criminal Defense lawyer C. Thomas Brown or Ms. Harris-Schlecker and our "immigration team" will be happy to discuss your options.

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Thomas Brown

Mr. Brown has been a trial attorney for his entire legal career. He appears in court on a daily basis representing criminal defendants in trials, preliminary hearings, violation of probation and bail reviews in District and Circuit Court. In addition to his extensive jury trial experience in Ceci...


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