A criminal charge is serious enough on its own terms. If the charge against you leads to a conviction, the consequences can include correctional supervision and costly fines. It can also significantly affect your employment prospects.
But if you are a noncitizen who is charged with a crime, the potential consequences go well beyond a fine or even jail time. If you are not a citizen, you could be deported, resulting in permanent separation from your family.
At the Law Offices of Anthony J. Pullara, we will do everything in our power within the bounds of the law to strive to prevent that from happening. If you are facing criminal charges, or are concerned about the impact of a conviction on your immigration status, contact us at 213-784-4504 to discuss your specific case. From offices in Torrance and downtown Los Angeles, we serve clients in Carson, Redondo Beach and throughout the L.A. area.
633 West 5th Street
Los Angeles, CA 90071- 2039
Law Offices of Anthony J. Pullara (Main Office)
1108 Sartori Ave.
Torrance, California 90501