Whether you’ve been charged with a felony or misdemeanor, the first few days after the incident are crucial. It is important to hire an attorney as soon as possible so they can gather all of the information and build a successful defense for you. Our team, led by Founding Attorney Ruth Gorman, has over 25 years of experience fighting for your rights and freedom. We deal with a variety of cases from start to finish, regardless of your immigration status. Using years of experience and intellectual rigor paired with understanding and compassion, Gorman Law Firm can ensure you are in capable hands.
Our firm is prepared to handle many different types of criminal cases, including:
- Domestic violence
- Drug crimes
- Violent crimes
Do not hesitate to call or email our firm. The selection of the right lawyer can have a dramatic impact on the outcome of your case.Criminal Charges and Your Immigration Status
There are many misconceptions about how a criminal charge can affect your immigration status. If this is a concern for you, it is important to know that even if you get a deferred judgement for your criminal charge, it is still considered a conviction for immigration. That is why it is critical to hire an attorney who has a thorough understanding of both criminal and immigration law. This could mean the difference between you remaining in the U.S. or being deported, because your criminal record can directly affect your immigration status! Attorney Ruth Gorman has 25 years under her belt navigating these complexities. Don’t hesitate to call us today!Contact Our Firm
If you are in need of legal assistance relating to immigration, family law, traffic, personal injury or criminal defense, or simply have a question, please reach out to the experienced staff at Gorman Law Firm PLLC. You may contact our offices by phone at (704) 537-1400 or fill out our online contact form. We are open 8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday and by-appointment on Saturday.