More Than Jail Time at Stake

There is more than just jail time and fines at stake when facing criminal charges. Especially, if you plead guilty without consulting with an experienced criminal defense attorney. In some cases, if you plead guilty you may be subject to mandatory deportation. Many criminal defense attorneys do not know of this collateral consequence and ill-advise their clients to plead guilty. If this sounds like your situation, contact an experienced criminal defense attorney as soon as possible.

Experienced Cleveland Deportation Defense Attorney

Even if you already plead guilty and are facing deportation it is not too late. Skilled criminal defense lawyer, Kirk A. Migdal can help withdraw a plea of guilty to avoid deportation. With more than 20 years of experience, he can help reverse even mistakes of other attorneys who did not fully examine the collateral consequences of your case.

Contact us at the Law Office of Kirk A. Migdal to talk to our Akron criminal defense and deportation lawyer.

Avoid Deportation in Your Criminal Case

Attorney Migdal is fully aware of the immigration consequences of a criminal charge. He will advise you as to your best options in avoiding deportation. If you have already pled guilty, he will examine the possibility of having your plea withdrawn to avoid mandatory deportation. The recent decision in Padilla v. Kentucky has changed the landscape of a criminal defense attorney's obligations with regard to deportation consequences of a criminal guilty plea.

"I'd Like to Speak to My Lawyer."

If you have been charged with a crime, say nothing until you speak with attorney Migdal. There are many consequences on the line, including fines, jail time and even deportation. Call the law office at 888-556-3493 or send an e-mail to arrange for an initial consultation with our experienced Akron, Ohio, criminal defense attorney.