Criminal Defense Attorney in Texas

We are criminal defense attorneys with offices in Texas.

Our Texas office is in The Woodlands, north of Houston, approximately twenty minutes from the Bush Intercontinental Airport.

Our practice is specially tailored to serve the particular needs of the immigrant community in the United States. Because of our extensive experience in the immigration and criminal defense fields, we are well situated to guide our clients through the veritable minefield which an immigrant must traverse whenever he or she has been charged with having committed a criminal offense.

There are decisions in our lives that may not always bring good consequences. We are human, after all, and we are prone to error. There are other situations  that may be forced upon us, and situations in which you are truly an innocent party and a victim of prejudice. Once you understand that many states have followed an agenda of discrimination against your community, you do well in seeking the advice of a competent and experienced criminal defense attorney.

Criminal Offenses in Texas

The Relation Between Criminal Defence & Immigration

Knowing how the criminal and immigration laws interweave as well as the practical and legal immigration repercussions of pleading to any offense allows us to better counsel and more effectively represent our clients at the moment that it really counts:

Before a criminal charge is adjudicated and while we can still secure a more favorable resolution on the criminal case. Our criminal defense team understands the criminal defense system thoroughly, is deeply committed to vindicating your rights, and possesses abundant experience stemming from their successful defense in hundreds of criminal cases.

Something that a regular criminal defense lawyer in Houston, TX understands is the intrinsic relationship between a criminal case and an immigration case. Usually, an immigration benefit, e.g. a Green Card, a Naturalization process, a DACA application, will depend on having a clean criminal record.

Language Can Be A Huge Barrier For Justice

Language Is A Huge Barrier In The Criminal Justice System. When A Person Is Detained, Most Police Officers Will Not Explain A Detainee Their Rights In A Way In Which He Or She Would Understand. They Will Usually Inform The Person Under Custody Of Their Rights, But He Or She Might Not Fully Grasp The Importance Of Knowing Them Or How To Apply Them.

This often creates many problems because law enforcement agencies tend to feel emboldened to overcharge an immigrant with a crime that does not correspond to the act for which they were put into custody, they might also coerce them into signing confessions or inculpate themselves, and they often wash their hands in the fact that there was just a communication problem. In our experience, many police officers treat the Hispanic community with disdain because they believe we cannot legally defend ourselves. 

Many of our clients believed that their cases were simply a lost cause. We are proud to say that we have been able to free many people who were unjustly imprisoned, innocent fathers and mothers who were overcharged or charged with crimes that they did not commit. We have reopened many cases, cleaned criminal records that would not allow an Immigration case to move forward, and saved many others from the very real threat of deportation.

The information contained on this law firm’s website is for the sole purpose of providing general information. The information contained on this website is not intended to be a guarantee or prediction as to the outcome of any representation made by Xavier Law Firm. Having a criminal lawyer means that they can meet your particular legal needs, present the legal position and represent you in court. In any case, if you find yourself in this type of unwanted situation, you should seek help from an experienced Aggravated Criminal Defense Lawyer immediately.

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