Are You An Immigrant Or Noncitizen Accused Of A Crime?
If you are an immigrant facing criminal charges, the consequences can be severe. Some law firms have separate attorneys for immigration and criminal law. But at our firm, we understand how one can impact the other, and practice both. This is to your advantage when fighting for your rights.
You want the tough, experienced attorneys of DeCosmo & Rolón on your side if you are facing criminal charges in New Jersey. With offices in Camden, Mount Holly and Atlantic City, we are one of the region’s leading immigration and criminal defense law firms, focusing our services on representing immigrants who are charged with crimes that may affect their legal status in this country.
A Value That’s Hard To Beat: Two Attorneys In One
These cases require knowledge and understanding of several areas of the law. Our attorneys will communicate with you every step of the way. We will honestly assess your case while allowing you to ask any questions you may have. We are not afraid of a challenge and will do everything we can to get you the best possible result. Our attorneys understand what is at stake.
Our legal team includes highly experienced attorneys who specialize in representing immigrants charged with crimes. The firm’s founder, Derek DeCosmo, is considered a thought leader on the legal and practical issues that arise when immigrants are charged with crimes. Mr. DeCosmo publishes articles and regularly trains other lawyers on the interplay between criminal and immigration law. In addition, Mr. DeCosmo developed and teaches a course on criminal and immigration law at Rutgers Law School, which is the nation’s largest public law school.
Our team has years of experience resolving even the toughest criminal cases for noncitizens. Even a minor charge can result in a bad immigration outcome. You may risk deportation, be unable to obtain lawful legal residence or face prison time. That’s why it is important to have someone you can trust. We can help you with everything from traffic violations to serious drug crimes.