Criminal Defense For Immigrants

If you are an immigrant, the consequences of being charged with a criminal offense can be devastating. Even something that would normally be considered a minor charge can lead to deportation. It is crucial that you work with an attorney who has a detailed legal knowledge of both immigration law and criminal defense to fully protect your ability to remain in the United States.

At the Law Offices of Jonathan A. Bartell, LLC, we have built a strong practice guiding clients through all facets of the immigration process. Through the long history of our practice, we have represented clients facing both immigration and criminal law matters. We understand the severity criminal consequences can have on your immigrant status or your ability to re-enter the United States. When you need experienced representation, contact our office.

Ohio Immigrant Defense Lawyer

Through our criminal defense for immigrants practice center, we can provide legal advice and representation to clients facing a wide range of issues and offenses, including:

  • DUI/DWI
  • Serious crimes
  • White collar crimes
  • Identity theft
  • Marriage fraud
  • False claims to citizenship
  • Criminal re-entry

To learn more about criminal consequences, you can explore our website or schedule a free consultation with a skilled attorney.

In 2010, the United States Supreme Court heard the case Padilla v. Commonwealth of Kentucky. This case was groundbreaking in the sense that the court said it was a violation of the Sixth Amendment, if an individual's defense attorney failed to advise his or her client of the immigration consequences of pleading guilty to any criminal charge. This situation can be used as grounds to reopen a previous case. If you were deported or were prevented from re-entering the U.S., contact our firm for a free case evaluation.

Contact our firm today to discuss your immigration situation and to learn more about how our firm can help you.

We are proud to service the residents of Ohio, including Cleveland, Columbus, Cincinnati and other areas, including North Carolina, Florida, Seattle, Houston, Scottsdale, Boston, Las Vegas and Los Angeles.